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In 1693 the College of William and Mary in 
Virginia was chartered by the joint English 
sovereigns whose name it bears. 



COLONIAL 
ECHO 

1968 




Florence Fraser, Editor 
Bea Peca, Associate Editor 
Beth Distler, Business Manager 



Sir Christopher Wren Building 



College of William and Mary 
Williamsburg, Virginia 








President's House 



Table of Contents 

Dedication 

Introduction 
Royalty 

College Structure 

Administration 
Faculty 

Classes 

Who's Who 

Seniors 

Juniors 

Sophomores 

Freshmen 

Law 

Organizations 

Student Government 
Honoraries 
Publications 
Interest Groups 
Religious Groups 

Greeks 

Sororities 
Fraternities 

Sports 
Index 



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Tradition, begun 275 years 
ago, is continued at William 
and Mary with new, modern 
looks added to the older Colo- 
nial ones. The old stands pa- 
tiently and proudly by as the 
new is slowly finished and 
occupied. 




Brafferton 



1968 marks the completion of twenty years of 
teaching at William and Mary for Dr. Cecil 
M. McC alley, Professor of English. His outstand- 
ing qualities as a teacher coupled with his 
numerous efforts on the students' behalf as a 
member of the Student Publications Committee 
and the Student Activities Fee Committee, as 
well as other groups, has won him the esteem 
of students and faculty alike. We are proud to 
dedicate the 1968 COLONIAL ECHO to Dr. 
McC alley. 




Dr. Cecil M, McCullev 







Fraternity housing -July 1967 



A week's postponement in the 
opening of the Session was 
insufficient to compensate for 
the numerous delays prevent- 
ing the scheduled completion 
of the Fraternity Complex. 
Amid continuing construction 
and preparatio7i for habitation 
four fraternities, evacuating 
dorm basements and nearby 
motels, moved in to be followed 
later by the other fraternities. 





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The facilities of the New Cam- 
pus were expanded with the 
opening of The Commons, the 
Fine Arts Wing, and the new 
tennis courts behind the wom- 




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construction was begun on the 
Mathematics-General Class- 
room Building. 

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The New Campus 



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Outside of the classroom are 
many centers of student in- 
terest and activity: the dorms, 
Phi Beta Kappa Hall, and the 
Campus Center — this year 
with its new look due to the re- 
moval of the old Fine Arts 
Building. 




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Walkway-Washington Hall 



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The old and the new combine to 
make the campus one of constant 
beauty that seems to increase 
with each passing season. 




Sunken Garden 







Crim Dell 



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Binns 



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Post Office 




Casey's 



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Clean "Dirty" Drug 





The Post Office, Merchant 
Square, Bruton Parish, and 
Colonial Williamsburg are 
equally a part of college for 
the William and Mary student 
who early becomes acquainted 
with all it has to offer. 



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Schmidt's 




Bruton Parish Church 



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The full expanse of Blow Gymnasium was used for the 1968 observance of Charter Day. 



Charter Day excercises come- 
morating the 275th Anniver- 
sary of the granting of the 
Royal Charter by their Majes- 
ties King William III and 
Queen Mary II of England on 
February 8, 1693, were held in 
Blow Gymnasium. The occa- 
sion was marked by distin- 
guished addresses, by the con- 
ferring of honorary degrees, 
and by the announcement of 
the recipient of the Thomas 
Jefferson Award. 




Faculty, students, delegates from various colleges, and friends filled the Gym to capacity. 








Students overlook the scene from the upstairs balcony. 



Faculty members lake their places as the Anniversary Convocation 
begins. 



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Dr. William G. Guy and the Color Guard of the Queen's Guard lead 
the processional. 





The Choir sings the William and Mary Hymn both at the start and 
conclusion of the excercises. 




Dr. J. T. Baldwin helps the Seniors find their places in the Gym. 



Dr. Alexander Kallos directs the Faculty to their assigned positions. 



Delegates from many of the nation's colleges attended the Convocation. 




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The Anniversary Convocation began with 
reading from the Royal Charter. 



Dr. Harold L. Fowler 




Anthony H. Packe, Master of the Ancient Company of Drapers, 
brought greetings from the Drapers' Company of London plus a ster- 
ling silver candelabra. 




Dr Joseph Curtis read the Royal Proclamation. 




Members of the Queen's Guard help display the sterling silver can- 
delabra presented to the College on its Anniversary by the Drapers' 
Company. 




Sir Patrick Henry Dean, Her Britannic Majesty's Ambassador to the United States, addressed 

the Assembly. 



The contribution of the Choir was selections 
from "Ode lo the Virginian Voyage." 



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Alvin Duke Chandler, Chancellor of the College announced the appointment of Dr. Thomas 
Atkeson and Dr. J. Ward Jones as Chancellor Professors of the College. 




Dixon L. Foster, President of the Society of the Alumni, displays the 
Alumni gift of a chain of office that bears the name of every Senior 
Class President since the position was created. 



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Bruce Oliver, Vice-President of the Senior Class, receives this on 
behalf of Bob Blair, President. 



On behalf of the Senior Class, Bruce Oliver expresses his thanks for 
this gift. 



The Right Reverend and the Right Honorable Robert Wright Stop- 
ford, Bishop of London, also addressed the Convocation. 




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Vernon L. Nunn, Treasurer-Auditor of the College, receives the Thomas Jefferson Award. 




W. Brooks George, Rector of the Board of Visitors, awards Hugh Williams Farmar, Clerk to the Drapers' Company an honorary doc- 
tor of laws degree. 



Sir Patrick Henry Dean, Her Britannic Majesty's Ambassador to the 
United States, is awarded an honorary doctor of laws degree. 



Lord Bishop Robert Wright Stopford of London receives an honorary 

doctor of divinity degree. 





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Research 



Fine Arts sculpture 




Faculty meeting 



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Mr. Mont Linkenauger 



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New professors, research grants and honors, improvised 
facilities, and expanding graduate programs characterized 
William and Mary's academic advances. Eighty-six new 
teachers met the school's largest enrollment; forty-one 
additional positions increased the faculty to three hundred 
sixty-one. Making speeches, attending conferences, and 
accepting awards were on the agendas of professors in 
each department. Biological research in population prob- 
lems received national attention. Because of continuing 
delays in construction of the Life Sciences and Mathe- 
matics buildings, classrooms remained crowded; frater- 
nity lodges served several departments. Masters programs 
in Government and Sociology and a Ph.D. in History 
began operation; and the Board of Visitors created the 
Schools of Business Administration and of Continuing 
Studies. 




Dr. Leonard Schifrin 



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Shakespeare in the Wren Attic 




Biology Research Huts 



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Dr. Gerald Turbow 



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Secretarial Science in Lodge 6 



Main Entrance, Andrews Fine Arts Wing 




Metal and Wood Working Shop, Small Physics Building 



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Dr. William Guy 



Term paper 



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The Computer Center 




Mr. John Lavach 



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Study in the Sit'n' Bull Room 




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The torchlit Wren Courtyard and activities on Merchants' Square gave students 
and their families a chance for relaxation. 




The William and Mary Choir performs for Parents' Day 

1967, 



Mulled cider was provided for the parents hy the local merchants. 




Live entertainment in Merchants' Square was featured lor this year's Parents' Day. 



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The second annual Parents' 
Day in the spring of 1967 was 
even more elaborate and more 
events were planned for the K>^^V' 
parents than in previous year's \ 
and a continuing tradition U 
seems to have been established. 
The success of this occasion 
caused the creation of the Par- »>..r;- 
ents' Fund which now totals 

over one thousand dollars. Lunch m front ol Phi Beta Kappa Hall gives parents and students a chance for inlorrnal talk 



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The punch bowl is always a popular place on a picnic. 



The Queen's Guard sounds a salute to the 
visiting parents. 




Parents and students alike feast on a "Tinker Special. " 



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The Queen's Guard drills while parents look on. 




An exhibition baseball game is also held for the visitors. 





Head Company advances with sabers unsheathed. 




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The Athletic Department scheduled an exhibition football game for 
the parents to show Big Green's forecasted winning potential. 



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Historic Bruton Parish Church 
was as close to the College as 
President Lyndon B. Johnson 
got on his November visit to 
Williamsburg that aroused 
considerable controversy in 
national newspapers and mag- 
azines. 




The Reverend Cotesworth Pinckney Lewis followed by Mrs. Johnson, the President. Lynda Johnson, and her fiance. Captain Charles Robb. leave 
Bruton after the Sunday service. 



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The President takes leave of Reverend Lewis at the close of the Sunday service. 





Mrs. Johnson murmured, "A wonderful choir." 




The President shook hands with the Rector and said, 
"Thank you." 



The Johnsons and Captain Charles Robb depart. 




Others besides Reverend Lewis felt the Pre.sident should know their leelings of the Viet Nam issue 



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Senator J. Strom Thurmond of South Carolina, Political Sci- 
ence Forum. 





Dr. Gardener Murphy, Director of Research at the Menninger Foundation, 
Visiting Scholars Lecture. 




Joyce Grenfell. William and Mary Theatre. 



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The Drifters, Student Association, Homecoming. 

Figures of national and inter- 
national note visited the cam- 
pus during the 1967-1968 ses- 
sion. These guests were spon- 
sored by numerous campus 
organizations. 




Wilson Pickett, Student Association, Homecoming. 



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Alan C-'urlis, Collegium Musicum Series. 




Ravi Shankar, William and Mary Concert Series. 



Chamber Music Concert, Friends of Music. 





Warsaw Chamber Orchestra, William and Mary Concert Series. 




Ian and Sylvia, Student A.ssociation, Mid-Winters. 




The Swirifjint; Moiiallions, Student Association, Mui-VVinlers. 



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Greek Weekend 1967 



Jr. Walker 





Block Party 



Saturday night on the Row 



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Chad and Jeremy 



Spring Finals 1967 meant the return 
of the traditional Friday night formal 
dance to the Sunken Garden where 
music was provided by Stan Rubin 
and his orchestra. Chad and Jeremy 
appeared in concert Saturday night 
in Blow Gvm. 



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The Friday night dance 



Sunken Garden by torchlight 



Spring Finals 1967 




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Homecoming Parade 1967 



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Alumni came home to class reunions 
and parties, to the Sunset Parade and 
the game with the University of Rich- 
mond, to the Homecoming Parade and 
the Dance with the Wicked Pickett — 
home to William and Mary. 



Homecoming Dance 1967 



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Sunset Parade 



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Alumni meetings 1967 



Homecoming Indians vs. Richmond Spiders 



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Half time red carpet 



Alumni Award 




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The Swinging Medallions 




Mid-Winters Dance 1968 



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Sylvia 



For the second annual Mid-Winters 
Weekend, the Swinging Medallions 
came to a packed Adair Gym for the 
informal dance on Friday. Students 
heard Ian and Sylvia in concert Sat- 
urday night. 





Mid- Winters Concert 1968 



Double Shot 



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Miss William and Mary Contest 




FRONT ROW: Linda Kalen, Judy Steffan, Cathy Coleman, Lin John- 
son, Kathy Burge, Marian Chapman, Anne Roberts, Donna Gorman. 
SECOND ROW: Lynn Greenwood, Liz Tarpley, Pat Zepul, Carol 
Bender, Marty Vann, Cathy Webb, Jan Walker, Judy Stratton, Judy 



Pond. THIRD ROW: Anne Nelms, Susan Har\'ell, Dee Curwen, 
Judy O'Grady, Sally Barner, Pam Allison, Barbara Geddes, Diane 
Lucas, Kathy Kearney, Linda Knemeyer, Candy Metz, Donnie 
Chancellor, Connie Scott. 



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A special tradition at William and Mar>^ is the 
annual Miss William and Mary Contest sponsored by 
the Colonial Echo. From the thirty girls nominated by 
all the women's dormitories, sororities, and fraternities, 
the student body elected five finalists. A formal portrait 
of each was then sent to Mr. George Peppard, who se- 
lected our winner. 



Mr. George Peppard, actor 



December 2«, 1967 



Miss Mary Yeager 
Royalty Editor 
Colonial Echo 1968 
College of William & Mary 
'■v'illia*nsburg, Virginia 23185 

Oear ■■'.iss Yeager: 

In all of the contests I have been asked 
to judge, the finalists of William and '-^ary's 
are without exaggeration the prettiest I have 
seen. 

As a man who is dedicated to beauty in all 
of the Arts, and especially to the beauty found 
only in a lovely worran's eyes, my decision was 
almost impossible: In order to choose one, I 
had to not choose four. 

So, Miss Yeager, I will make a deal with 
you: I select Kathy Surge as the winner (her 
aura of sweetness got me) and you can keep her 
in Williamsburg for the festivities. cut you . 
Miss Yeager, must carefully package both Judies, 
Ann and Fam, and send them directly to me by 
parcel post. 




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Miss Kathy Burge is a senior psychology major 
from Hopewell, Virginia. She is President of Delta 
Delta Delta social sorority, a member of Psi Chi -a na- 
tional psychology honorary, the Psychology Club and 
the Student Association. She has been elected Greek 
Weekend Queen, Sweetheart of Kappa Sigma social fra- 
ternity, and was a Senior Princess on the Homecoming 
Court. Her selection by our guest celebrity, George 
Peppard, as Miss William and Mary 1968 is a fitting 
climax for all these honors. 






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Miss William and Mary 1968 




Miss Kathy Burge 



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Miss William and Mary Finalists 






Miss Ann Nelms 






Miss Pam Allison 



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Miss Judv Pond 





Miss Judy Stratton 



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Miss Kathy Burge, Senior Princess 



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Miss Suzanne Pearce, Senior Princess 




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Miss Sandv Bocock, Homecoming Queen 



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Miss Donnie Chancellor. Junior Princess 



Miss Anne Nelms, Junior Princess 



Homecoming 
Court 1968 





Miss Pam Allison, Sophomore Princess 



Miss Elaine Barnes, Sophomore Princess 



Miss Merle Prcstuii, Freshman Princess 



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Greek Queen 




Greek Weekend Dance 1967 



Miss Kathy Bulge, Greek Weekend Queen 



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ROTC Royalty 




Miss Ann Nelms, ROTC Queen 



Miss Kathy Burgt-. I'l 



Miss Judy Stratton, Princess 



Miss Merle Preston, Princess 





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The Board of Visitors 



Since 1693, the governing power of the college has 
been invested in the Board of Visitors. It continues to 
fulfill its responsibilities by maintaining College prop- 
erty, appointing Administration and Faculty members, 
setting tuition rates and admission requirements, ap- 
proving the budget, and establishing other policies for 
the College. The Board consists of seventeen members 
appointed by the Governor to serve four years without 
compensation. This year's Board has aided Dean W. 
Melville Jones in planning the 275th Anniversary cel- 
ebration at the College. 




Rector W. Brooks George addresses the graduating class of 1967. 




FRONT ROW: Mrs. Vernon M. Geddy, John P. Harper -Vice Rec- 
tor, W. Brooks George - Rector, President Paschall. Walter G. Ma- 
son -Secretar>-, Mrs. Robert V.H. Duncan. SECOND ROW: Ernest 
Goodrich, Walter S. Robertson, E. Ralph James, Thomas B. Stanley, 



Frank W. Cox. H. Hudnall Ware. Jr., J.E. Zollinger, Blake T. New- 
ton. Charles K. Hutchens, R William Arthur, Russell B. Gill, Wil- 
liam R. Savage, Jr. 



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President and Mrs. Paschall admire the boxwood wreath on their front door. 




The President 



Dr. Davis Y. Paschall, in his eighth year as Presi- 
dent of the College is also an alumnus of William and 
Mary, He has served the educational interests of the 
State in various official capacities, and has been distin- 
guished by national awards. President Paschall contin- 
ued to coordinate the development of William and Mary 
this year, facing such problems as increased enrollment, 
growing discontent about faculty salaries, demands by 
the students for less social and academic restrictions, 
and slowness of construction. As part of the 275th An- 
niversary celebration, he appeared on television for a 
half-hour interview on the College's past and present. 



Davis Y. Paschall, President of the College 



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Administrators 




Harold L. Fowler, Dean of the Faculty 



Robert A. Johnston, Associate Dean of the Faculty 




W Melville Jones. Dean of the College 



John H. Willis, Jr., Associate Dean of the College 





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Birdena E. Donaldson, Dean of Women 



Carolyn L. Moseley, Assistant Dean of Women 




Carson H. Barnes, Jr., Dean of Men 





J. Wilfred Lambert, Dean of Students 




Joel C. McGurk, 

Assistant Dean of Men in Charge of Housing 




Wallace A. Elliott, Assistant Dean of Men 



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James S. Kelly, Director of Development 




William C. Pollard, Librarian; James H. Renz, Associate Librarian 



Dudley M. Jensen, Registrar 




John C. Bright. Director of Student Aid and Placement 



Venion L. Nunn, Treasurer-Auditor 



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Distinguished Faculty 





Vernon L. Nunn, Treasurer-Auditor, recipient of the Thomas Jefferson Award. 



Nathan Altshuler, Professor of Sociology and Anthropolo- 
gy, recipient of the Student Association's Outstanding 
Faculty Award, Spring 1967. 




Thomas C. Atkeson, Chancellor Professor of Law and 
Taxation. 





J. Ward Jones, Chancellor Professor of Ancient Lan- 
guages. 



William G. Guy, Chancellor Professor of Chemistry. 



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Robert E. Black, 

Professor 
G.R. Brooks, 

Associate Professor 



Mitchell A. Byrd, 

Professor, Department Head 
Ian P. Callard, 

Assistant Professor 



Biology 



Robert L. Eskay, 

Lecturer 
Gustav W. Hall, 

Assistant Professor 



Charlotte Mangum, 
Assistant Professor 

Martin C. Mathes, 
Associate Professor 



C. Richard Terman, 
Associate Professor 

Webb Van Winkle, 
Assistant Professor 




Carl W. Vermeulen, 
Assistant Professor 

Stewart A. Ware, 
Assistant Professor 



Chemistry 








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Alfred R Armstrong, Professor 
Howard R. Craig, 

Research Assistant Professor 
William G. Guy, 

Professor, Department Head 
Bryant E. Harrell, 

Associate Professor 
Trevor A. Hill. 

Associate Professor 
Edward Katz, Instructor 

Richard L. Kiefer, 

Assistant Professor 
John T MacQueen, 

A.ssociatc Professor 
Lavonne O. Tarleton, 

Instructor 
David W. Thompson, 

Assistant Profes,sor 
Sheppard Y. Tyree, Jr.. 

Professor 
Joseph T. Zung, 

Associate Professor 



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Economics 



Kee II Choi, 
Assistant Professor 



Martin A. Garrett, 
Assistant Professor 



Ancient Languages 



J. Ward Jones, 

Professor, Department Head 
Alexander P. MacGregor, Jr., 

Instructor 
Katherine A. Montgomery, 

Assistant Professor 




John R. Matthews, Jr., 
Associate Professor 



Business Administration 




Leonard Schifrin, 
Associate Professor. 
Department Head 







David L. Siders, 
Instructor 



Barbara A. Simpson, 
Assistant Professor 



Wagih G. Dafashy, 

Assistant Professor 
Robert F. Hartman, 

Jr., 

Associate Professor 
Gilbert C.Jones, 

Assistant Professor 
Algin B. King, 

Professor 



John D. Long, 

Assistant Professor 
William G. McNairy. 

Instructor 
John W. Newman, , 

III, Instructor 
John S. Quinn, 

Professor 

CharlesL. 

Quittmeyer. 

Professor, 

Department Head 
William T. Reece, 

Professor 
Anthony L. 

Sancetta, Professor 
Leland E. Traywick, 

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Jean C. Andrews, 

Instructor 
Donald L. Ball. 

Assistant Professor 
Robert D. Bense, 

Instructor 



Charles E. Davidson, 

Professor 
William F. Davis, 

Assistant Professor 
Carl R. Dolmetsch, 

Professor 



J. Scott Donaldson, 
Assistant Professor 

Nathaniel Y. Elliott, 
Assistant Professor 

Frank B. Evans, III, 
Professor 



Robert J. Fehrenbach. 

Assistant Professor 
Margaret W. Freeman, 

Instructor 
Bruce H. Guernsey, 

Instructor 



Elizabeth H. Hageman, 

Instructor 
Dorothy J. Heissenbuttel, 

Instructor 
Kenneth S. Knodt, 

Instructor 



Michael J. Lieb, 
Assistant Professor 

Kenneth M. Mason, Jr., 
Instructor 

Cecil M. McCuUey, 
Professor 



English 




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Fraser Neiman, 

Professor, Department Head 
Elsa Nettels, 

Assistant Professor 
Charles C. Nickerson, 

Instructor 
Morris Rabinowitz, 

Instructor 
Robert J. Scholnick, 

Assistant Professor 

Lawrence S. Scale, 

Instructor 
LeRoy W. Smith, 

Professor 
Russell P. Sparling, 

Instructor 
William R Thurman, Jr., 

Instructor 
J. Lewis Walker, III, 

Instructor 



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Geology 



Kenneth F. Bick, Professor, Depart- 
ment Head; Stephen C. Clement. 
Assistant Professor; Bruce K. Good- 
win, Associate Professor; Gerald H. 
Johnson, Assistant Professor. 



Fine Arts 




Henry E. Coleman, Instructor; Richard K. Newman, Professor; Carl A. 
Roseberg, Professor; Thomas E. Thorne, Professor, Department Head. 



Education 



G. William Bullock, Jr., Associate Professor; Royce W. Ches- 
ser, Associate Professor; Paul N. Clem. Associate Professor; 
Armand J. Galfo, Associate Professor; Kevin E. Geoffroy, As- 
sistant Professor; Donald J. Herrmann, Professor; Howard K. 
Holland, Professor; John E. Jenkins, Assistant Professor; 



John F. Lavach, Assistant Professor; Carl W. McCartha, Pro- 
fessor; Robert O. Nelson. Profes.sor, Acting Department Head; 
Grace M. Smith, Associate Professor; John W. Sykes, Assis- 
tant Professor; Thelma W. Wenger. Assistant Professor. 




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Government 




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Donald J. Baxter, Assistant Professor; Richard C. Curry, As- 
sistant Professor; Clyde V. House, Assistant Professor; Chon- 
ghan Kim, Associate Professor; W. Warner Moss, Professor; 



James M. Roherty, Professor, Department Head; Roger W. 
Smith, Assistant Professor. 



Home Economics 



History 






Dale E. Benson, 

Visiting Assistant Professor 
R. Carlyle Beyer, 

Professor 



Thelma Miller, Assistant Professor; 
Alma L. Wilkin, Associate Profes- 
sor, Department Head. 



Edward P. Crapol, 
Assistant Professor 

Anthony J. Esler, 
Associate Professor 



A. Z. Freeman, 

Associate Professor 
Philip J. Funigiello, 

Assistant Professor 




Ludwell H. Johnson, Professor, Department Head; James N. 
McCord, Jr., Assistant Professor; John E. Selby, Associate 
Professor; Richard B. Sherman, Associate Professor; George 



V. Strong, Assistant Professor; Thaddeus W. Tate, Jr., Associ- 
ate Professor; Gerald D. Turbow, Assistant Professor. 




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Law 



Philosophy 




William S Cobb. Jr., Assistant Professor; Lewis A. Fos- 
ter, Associate Professor; Thomas K. Hearn, Jr., Assis- 
tant Professor; Frank A. MacDonald, Professor, Depart- 
ment Head; Henry E. McLane, Associate Professor; 
Elizabeth S. Reed, Assistant Professor. 



John J. Avioli, Instructor; Wayne E. Carter, Instructor; 
Benjamin R. Cato, Jr., Associate Professor; Luther T. 
Conner, Jr., Assistant Professor; Hugh B. Easier, Assis- 
tant Professor; Sidney H. Lawrence, Associate Profes- 
sor; Lawrence C. Leonard, Lecturer; Joyce F. Longman, 
Instructor; Peter V. O'Neil, Assistant Professor. 




Thomas C. Atkeson, 

Professor 
Harry E. Atkinson, 

Lecturer 



Joseph Curtis, 
Professor, Dean 

John E. Donaldson, 
Assistant Profe.ssor 



Emeric Fischer, 
Associate Professor 

Joseph R. Johnson, 
Instructor 



Arthur W. Phelps, 

Professor 
E. BIythe Stason, Jr., 

Associate Professor 



Charles E. Torcia, 

Professor 
James P. Whyte, Jr., 

Professor 




Mathematics 



Richard H. Prosl. Assistant Professor; Thomas L. Reynolds, Professor, 
Department Head; Lionel Rintel, Assistant Professor; George T. Rublein, 
Associate Professor; Jagdish C. Sanwal, Associate Professor; Raymond W. 
Southworth, Professor; David P. Stanford, Assistant Professor; William C. 
Turner, Assistant Professor. 




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Elaine Alper, 

Instructor 
Elisabeth E. 

Backhaus, 

Assistant Professor 
J. Worth Banner, 

Professor, 

Department Head 



Joanne M. Basso, 

Instructor 
James R. Beeler, 

Associate Professor 
Paula M. Belskis, 

Instructor 



James P. Blount, 

Assistant Instructor, 

Laboratory 

Technician 
James W. Coke, 

Associate Professor 
ElsaS. Diduk, 

Instructor 



Dorothy M. DiOrio, 

Instructor 
Martha S. Flamm, 

Instructor 
Harry E.Godshall, Jr., 

Instructor 



UteG.Griiner, 

Instructor 
Elizabeth L. Hodges, 

Instructor 
E. Lewis Hoffman, 

Associate Professor 



Modern Languages 







Alexander Kallos, Professor; Alexander I. Kurtz, Associate 
Professor; Barry H. Mann, Instructor; J. Luke Martel, Jr., 
Associate Professor; Ben C. McCary, Associate Professor; 
John A, Moore, Professor; Maria A. Robredo Palmaz, Lec- 



turer; Wyley L. Powell, Instructor; Marcel Reboussin, Profes- 
sor; Gordon B. Ringgold, Professor; Donald H. Squire, Instruc- 
tor; Howard Stone, Professor; Charles M. Wukasch, Instruc- 
tor; Walter S. Zimmerman, Associate Professor. 




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Robert T.Brown, 
Assistant Professor 



Women's 

Physical 

Education 



H. Virginia Crook, 
Assistant Professor 




Hubert A. Daw, 
Assistant Instructor 



Shirley G. Roby, 
Assistant Professor 



Psychology 






Janet Tomlinson, 
Instructor 





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Carol A. Wallace, 
Assistant Professor 




Peter L. Derks. Associate Professor; Herbert Friedman, Associate Professor; Vergil V. McKenna, 
Associate Professor; Ellen F. Rosen. Assistant Professor; Stanley B. Williams, Professor, De- 
partment Head. 

Carl M. Andersen, Assistant Professor; George W. Craw- 
ford, Associate Professor; Morton Eckhaus, Associate 
Professor; John H. Long. Assistant Professor; John L. 
McKnight. Associate Professor; Ernst G. Michaelis, 
Visiting Professor; Charles F. Perdrisat. Assistant Pro- 
fessor; Edward A. Remler. Assistant Professor; Harlan 
E. Schone, Assistant Professor. 



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Mildred B. West, 
Assistant Professor 




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Physics 



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Arden Sher, Associate Professor; Robert E. Smith. As- 
sociate Professor; Jon F. Soest. Instructor; Robert E. 
Welsh. Research Associate Professor; Rolf G. Winter. 
Professor. Department Head; Ying-Yeung Yam. As- 
sistant Professor. 




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Joseph S. Agee. Assistant Professor; 
Richard Besnier, Instructor. 



Men's Physical 
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Hubert J. Brown. Instructor; James W. Carpenter. Instructor; Edmund T. 
Derrmge, Instructor; Harry R. Groves. Instructor; John H. Harvey. In- 
structor; Lester Hooker. Assistant Professor; Edward E. Jones. Assistant 
Professor; Mont Linkenauger. Assistant Professor; Christopher E. Patter- 
son. Instructor; John H. Randolph. Part-time Lecturer; Carl J. Slone. Lec- 
turer; Howard M. Smith. Professor. Department Head. 



Music 








J. S. Darling. Lecturer; Carl A. Fehr. Professor; John VanEss 
Koman. Lecturer; Stephen Paledes. Assistant Professor; Alan 
C. Stewart, Associate Profes.sor; Frederick D. Truesdell. Pro- 



fessor, Department Head; Charles R, Varner. Associate Pro- 
fessor. 



Captain Doel D. Day, Assistant Professor; Captain Roy D. Hunnicutt, Assistant Professor; 
Major Richard B. LaFrance, Assistant Professor; Lt. CoL Glen L. Shivel, Jr., Assistant Pro- 



Military Science 




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Edril Lott, 
Associate Professor, 
Department Head 



Secretarial 
Science 



Marion M. Brown, 

Instructor 
Albert E. Haak, 

Associate Professor 
George E. Lott, Jr., 

Assistant Professor 



Donald L. McConkey, 

Assistant Professor 
James W. Sawyer, 

Assistant Professor 
Howard M. Scammon, 

Professor, Department Head 



Theatre and Speech 









Nathan Altshuler, 
Professor 



Carol E. Ballingall, 
Assistant Professor 



Louis M. Beck, 
Assistant Professor 




The Honors Center Lounge stimulates intellectual chit-chat as well as providing a 
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Vernon H. Edmonds, 

Associate Professor 
David J. Gray, 

Professor 
Anthony L. Guenther, 

Assistant Professor 
Noelie Herzog, 

Instructor 
Satoshi Ito, 

Assistant Professor 

R. Wayne Kernodle, 

Professor, Department Head 
Victor A. Liguori, 

Assistant Professor 
Edwin H. Rhyne, 

Professor 
Elaine M. Themo, 

Assistant Professor 
Marion G. Van Fossen. 

Assistant Professor 



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General Honors Program 



The General Honors Program, begun in the fall of 
1965, now includes forty-eight freshmen, forty-six soph- 
omores, and fifteen active juniors. In addition, forty-five 
seniors pursued Departmental Honors in different fields 
of concentration. 

General Honors Students carry a standard aca- 
demic program except that two of their courses are of 
honors nature: one — a special departmental class, the 
other — a colloquium which deals with separate topics of 
contemporary concern. The Program aims to challenge 
academically talented students to meet high standards 
of scholarship and of involvement in learning, to experi- 
ment in course content and method with the idea of the 
possible application to the general non-honors program, 
and to produce a "spill-over" effect for the College as a 
whole. The Program is an integral, not a separate part 
of the College. 

Students are selected for the Program either before 
entering college on the basis of high school records, test 
scores, aptitude for independant work and evidence of 
involvement or after entering on the basis of faculty 
recommendations, grades, and interest. 




Colloquia 



Freshman 
First Semester 

Prejudice, Attitude and Belief- Mr. McKenna 

Knowledge. Morality and Religion -Mr. Hearn 

The Nature of Treason- Mr. Elliot 

Tragedy as a Basis for Self-Analysis- Mr. Leadbeater 
Second Semester 

Imperialism — Mr. Webb 

Words and Music: An Examination of Media -Mrs. Freeman 

The Varieties of Religious Experience — Mr. Maloney 

Man and His Finitude — Mr. Leadbeater 



Sophomores 
First Semester 

Politics and Guilt: Studies in Political Theory -Mr. R. Smith 

Western Civilization on Trial: the dissidence of the Artists 
from Balzac to Malraux — Mr. Reboussin 

Mass Communications — Mr. Donaldson 

Man and Nature — Mr. Brooks 
Second Semester 

Government and the Individual -Mr. Ward 

Eros -Mr. Cobb 

From Hero to Anti-Hero-Mr. L. Smith 

Cognition and Rebellion — Mr. Derks 



Juniors 
First Semester 

The American Literary Image: The United States in World 
Literature -Mr. Dometsch 
Second Semester 

Untitled Seminar- Mr. Moss 



Dr. Carlyle Beyer, Director of the Honors Program, talks with two 
interested honors students. 



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Carol Bender 




Susan Baskerville 



Bob Blair 






Alison Brenner 



Bob Clay 



Lee Bonifant 



Bob Cline 



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Dan Darragh 



Brad Davis 




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Florence Fraser 



Marilyn Giorgio 




Carole Green 



Jim Jancaitis 





Kathy Green 




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Nora Morsch 



Suzanne Pearce 




Merle Markwith 




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Kerry Sawick 




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Robert Scott 



Bob Stephenson 



Tom Wright 




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Bill Seibert 





Gus Smith 



Bob Trice 





Johnne Whicker 



Mary Yeager 




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Bruce Oliver, vice-president 




Class of 1968 





Bob Blair, president 



Kerry Sawick, secretary-treasurer 



Mary Yeager, historian 




ABARBANEL, PETER DON, New York. New York. 
A.B., Government; Kappa Alpha; Intramurals. 
ABERCROMBIE, CLARA REID. McLean A.B.. Sociol- 
ogy; Kappa Delta; Flat Hat: Westminster Fellowship, 
Publicity Chairman, Student Church Synthesis Chair- 
man. 

ABICHT, SANDRA RITA, Newport News. A.B., Educa- 
tion; Student Association; Orientation Sponsor; Flat 
Hat: Chorus; Baptist Student Union. 



ADAMS, SHERYL LEE, Centreville. A.B., Sociology; 

Colonial Echo: William and Mary Theatre; transferred 

from Radford College. 

AERNL MADELAINE, Williamsburg. A.B., French: 

Sigma Delta Pi; transferred from American College in 

Paris, University of Geneva. 

AKERS, DORISLEE, Alexandria. A.B., Education; 

Kappa Delta; Delta Omicron; Flat Hal: Backdrop Club; 

Orchestra; Student Education Association; Wesley 

Foundation. 



AKERS, SANDRA LOUISE, Williamsburg. B.S., Psy- 
chology; WCWM; Psychology Club; Women's Swimming 
Team. 

ALLEY. WAYNE MOSBY, Richmond. A.B., Business 
Administration; Kappa Sigma; Group Leader; Society 
for the Advancement of Management. 
ALVIS, ELIZABETH HUNTLEY. Fairfax. A.B.. Eng- 
lish; Student Education Association; Spanish Club; 
Baptist Student Union. 



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Class of 1968 



AMORY, ROBERT F., Williamsburg. A.B., Business 
Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Accounting 
Club. 

AMSBAUGH, DIANA FAY, Vienna. B.S., Biology: Bi- 
ology Club; Baptist Student Union; Christian Fellow- 
ship. 

ANDERSON, CLAIRE HOWELL, Knoxville, Tennes- 
see. A.B., Philosophy; Flat Hat: Mermettes; Christian 
Fellowship. 



ANDREWS, SUSAN CLOCKER. Kaiserslautern, West 

Germany. B.S., Mathematics; Kappa Delta, President; 

Pi Delta Phi; Abelian Society; Panhellenic Council; 

Flat Hat. 

ANSPACH, CHARLES FRED, Newport News. B.S., 

Physical Education; P.E. Majors' Club, Vice-President; 

Track. 

APPLEGATE. CHARLES EDWARD, Williamsburg. 

A.B., Sociology. 



APPLER, DAVID VAN, Berkeley Heights, New Jersey. 
B.S., Biology; Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary, President; 
Interfraternity Council; Swimming; Intramurals. 
ARHART, GEORGE ANDREW, Richmond A.B., Gov- 
ernment; Men's Dormitory Council; Psychology Club; 
Wesley Foundation; Intramurals. 

ARMENTROUT, REGINA ANN. Richmond. B.S., 
Mathematics; Gamma Phi Beta, Treasurer; Abelian 
Society. 





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ARTMAN. ALAN MILLER. Suffolk. A.B.. Philosophy; 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. Corresponding Secretary. 

ATKINS, MARTHA KAY, Staunton. A.b", English; Pi 

Beta Phi, Rush Chairman; Flat Hat: Greek Editor; 

Cheerleader, Co-Captain. 

ATKINSON, PHOEBE J., McLean. A.B., Education; 

Kappa Alpha Theta; Student Education Association. 



AUDET, BENJAMIN HOBART, Portsmouth. B.S., 

Physics; Sigma Pi Sigma. 

AUGUSTINE, GRETA ANN, Colonial Heights. A.B., 

Education; Gamma Phi Beta; Sigma Delta Pi; Young 

Republicans; Student Education Association; Spanish 

Club; Political Science Forum. 

BABB, ELLEN FRANCES, Hampton A.B., Psychology; 

Phi Mu; Band; Psychology Club; Canterbury Club; 

transferred from Christopher Newport College. 



BABINGTON-SMITH, HUGH, Oxford, England. A.B„ 
Philosophy; Men's Dormitory Council; Colonial Echo; 
William and Mary Renew: Lyon G. Tyler Historical 
Society; International Circle; Draper's Exchange Stu- 
dent; transferred from Eton College. 
BAGLEY, CAROL ANN. Richmond. B.S., Biology; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Senior Panhellenic Representa- 
tive; Orientation Sponsor; Backdrop Club; Newman 
Club. 

BAGLEY, JAMES LYLE, Chesapeake. B.S.. Physics; 
Theta Delta Chi; Phi Mu Alpha, Warden; Band; Baptist 
Student Union. 



BAILEY, JOHN EDWARD, JR., Williamsburg. B.S., 
Chemistry; Kappa Alpha; Chemistry Club; Intramur- 
als. 

BAISDEN, NANCY MARSHALL, Delbarton, West 
Virginia. A.B., History. 

BAKER, JANET LOUISE, Arlington. B.S.. Mathemat- 
ics; Phi Mu, Treasurer; W'estminster Fellowship. 



BAKER, THOMAS OLIVER, Miami, Florida. B.S., 
Physics; Sigma Pi Sigma; Christian Fellowship. Trea- 
surer. 

BAKOWSKI, CHRISTINE B.. Arlington. A.B., Theatre 
and Speech; Theta Alpha Phi; Backdrop Club, Techni- 
cal Director; Newman Club. 

BALDWIN, PRISCILLA BLYTHE, Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania. A.B., Sociology; Delta Delta Delta, Senior 
Panhellenic Representative; Student Association; Or- 
chesis; Cheerleader, Co-Captain; Freshman and Sopho- 
more Class Secretary-Treasurer. 



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BALLANCE. WILLIAM M.. Jarratt B.S., Biol- 
ogy: Student Ass(K:iation; Men's Dormitory 
Council; Group Leader; Alpha Phi Omega, 
Rush Chairman. Secretary-Treasurer; Biology 
Club; Wesley Foundation; Intramurals. 
BARNES, ROBERT C, Richardson, Texas. 
B.S., Chemistry; Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Men's Honor Council; Group Leader; 
William and Mary Review; Chemistry Club. 
BARNKS. WILLIAM ARMSTEAD. JR.. Stony 
Creek. A.B.. Business Administration; Alpha 
Phi Omega; Society for the Advancement of 
Management, Treasurer. 

BARNETT, RICKl A., Newport News. A.B.. 
Business Administration; Orientation Sponsor; 
Flat Hat; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement. 

BARNETT, WILLIAM GEORGE, Richmond. 
A.B., History; Sigma Pi; Group Leader; Flat 
Hat; Young Republicans; Lyon G. Tyler Histor- 
ical Society; Botetourt Bibliographical Society; 
Baptist Student Union; Swimming Team. 
BARNEY, GRETCHEN LEE, Richmond. B.S., 
Mathematics; Alpha Chi Omega; Abelian So- 
ciety; Orientation Sponsor; Mermettes, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, Director; Intramurals. 

BAROCCO. DIANA. Elkland, Pennsylvania. 
A.B., Psychology; Gamma Phi Beta; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; Psi Chi; WCWM; 
Newman Club; Intramurals. 
BARTELT, JOHN ALLAN, Charlottesville. 
A.B., Business Administration; Accounting 
Club; Newman Club. 

BASKERVILLE. SUSAN B , Richmond. B.S.. 
Biologj'; Gamma Phi Beta. Rush Chairman. 
President; Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities; General Cooperative Commit- 
tee; President's Aide; Women's Dormitory 
Council. Treasurer, Secretary, President; Orien- 
tation Sponsor; Chorus; Biology Club; Hockey; 
Tennis; Mortar Board's Outstanding Sopho- 
more. 

BASSUENER, BARBARA ANN, Falls Church. 
A.B., Government; Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Women's Dormitory Council, Ludwell House 
President; Orientation Sponsor; Young Demo- 
crats; Political Science Forum. 
BATTAGLIA. CAROL. Springfield. A.B.. Edu- 
cation; Colonial Echo; Mermettes; Student 
Education Association; Newman Club. Secre- 
tary. 

BEADLING, LESLIE CRAIG, Elizabeth, Penn- 
sylvania. B.S., Chemistry; Sigma Nu; Omicron 
Delta Kappa; Football. 



BEAR, GEORGE ALVIN. JR.. Medford. New 
Jersey. A.B.. Physical Education; Swimming. 
Co-Captain of Freshman and Varsity Teams. 
BEARD, LOUISE VIRGINIA, Hampton. A.B.. 
English; Kappa Kappa Gamma; William and 
Mary Review; Wesley Foundation; Intramurals. 
BEATTY, GREGG CLINTON, Alexandria. 
A.B.. History; Phi Mu Alpha, Historian; Band. 



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BEAZLEY, LINDA LEE, Montpelier. A.B., 
Education; Student Education Association; Psy- 
chology Club; Christian Fellowship; Wesley 
Foundation; Women's Tennis Team. 
BEERS, ROBERT WILSON, Yardley, Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B., Business Administration; Account- 
ing Club; Young Republicans, Treasurer; 
Young Americans for Freedom, President. 



BEIRNE, HAROLD RAYMOND, JR., Lynch- 
burg. A.B., Business Administration; Group 
Leader; Accounting Club; Newman Club. 
BENDER, CAROL AMORY, AUentown, Penn- 
sylvania. A.B., Sociology; Gamma Phi Beta; 
Junior and Senior Panhellenic Representative; 
Mortar Board, Secretary; Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Colleges and Universities; Women's Honor 
Council; Orientation Sponsor; Panhellenic 
Council, 'Vice-President; Colonial Echo: William 
and Mary Theatre; Backdrop Club; Choir; Cho- 
rus; Psychology Club; Westminster Fellowship; 
Greek Weekend Court; Miss Irresistible; "Sweet- 
heart of Pi Lambda Phi." 



BENEDICT, ROSEMARIE, Lexington. A.B.. 
Engli.sh; Student Education Association; Can- 
terbury Club; Women's Golf Team. 
BERGER. CHARLES HARRY, La Paz, Bolivia. 
A.B,, Business Administration; Theta Delta 
Chi; Men's Dormitory Council, Dormitory Man- 
ager; Group Leader; Flat Hat: ROTC; Queen's 
Guard; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement; Soccer. 



BERMAN, HERBERT SETH, Lynchburg. B S., 
Physics; WCWM; Band; ROTC; Balfour-Hillel; 
Chri,stian Fellowship. 

BEVILLE, SUSAN P, Chester. A.B., Educa- 
tion; Student Education Association; Spanish 
Club; Woman's Recreation Association. 



BILLY, MADELINE SCOTT, Arlington. A.B., 
Hi.story; Pi Delta Epsilon; Orientation Spon.sor; 
Colonial Echo. Class Editor; WCWM; Lyon G. 
Tyler Historical Society, Secretary; Newman 
Club. 

BINZER, RENEE, Toledo, Ohio. A.B., Phy.sical 
Education; William and Mary Theatre; Back- 
drop Club, Choreographer; Orchesis, Secretary, 
President; P.E. Majors' Club; Intramurals; 
transferred from Ohio University. 






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BLACK, FREDERICK SCOTT, Broadway. A.B., Gov- 
ernment; William and Mary Theatre; Alpha Phi 
Omega; Young Democrats; Political Science Forum; 
Westminster Fellowship. 

BLAIR, ROBERT ALLEN, Suffolk. A.B.. Mathemat- 
ics; Sigma Pi, House Manager, Vice-President; Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa; Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities; General Cooperative Committee; 
Student Association, Executive Council, Dance and 
Concert Committee Chairman; President's Aide; 
Men's Dormitory Council, Dormitory Manager; Group 
Leader; Tennis. Captain; Interfraternity Council; 
Junior and Senior Class President. 
BLANKENSHIP, VICTORIA LEE, Lynchburg. A.B.. 
History; Delta Delta Delta; Choir; Chorus; Student 
Education Association. 

BOCOCK, SANDRA ELISE, Virginia Beach. A.B., 
Fine Arts; Delta Delta Delta; Homecoming Court, 
Homecoming Queen; Miss William and Mary Final- 
ist; Military Ball Court. Military Ball Queen; Tutor- 
ial Program. 

BOELT, ANNE MARIE, Williamsburg. A.B., Educa- 
tion; Young Democrats; transferred from Stratford 
College. 

BOGARDUS, W. STEPHEN, McLean. A.B., English; 
Phi Eta Sigma; William and Mary Review: WCWM; 
William and Mary Theatre; Botetourt Bibliographical 
Society. 



BOGGS. OLIVIAN RUSSELL, Fort Riley, Kansas. 
A.B., Psycholog>-; Chi Omega; Student Association; 
Orientation Sponsor; Psycholog>' Club. 
BOLTON, HELEN SUZANNE. Arlington. B.S., Biol- 
ogy; Colonial Echo: Flat Hat: P.E. Majors' Club; Bi- 
ology Club; Women's Swimming Team. Co-Captain; 
Women's Hockey Team; Intramurals. 
BONETA, CAROL, Alexandria. A.B., Spanish; Stu- 
dent Association; Colonial Echo; Flat Hat; WCWM; 
Newman Club. 



BONIFANT, NANCY LEE, Silver Spring, Maryland. 
B.S., Mathematics; Chi Omega, Panhellenic Repre- 
sentative, President; Mortar Board; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities; Abelian Society; Women's Dormitory Coun- 
cil, Jefferson Counselor; Orientation Sponsor; Fresh- 
man Cheerleader; Newman Club. 
BONNER, DANIEL BRUCE, Petersburg. A.B., Busi- 
ness Administration; Society for the Advancement of 
Management; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Bas- 
ketball Manager, Trainer. 

BORLESKE, STEPHEN GUSTAV, West Friendship, 
Maryland. B.S., Chemistry; Chemistry Club; Lu- 
theran Student Association; The Forge. Chairman. 



BOUDREAU, MARIE ELIZABETH, Hampton. B.S., 

Psychology; Young Democrats; Psychology Club; 

Newman Club; transferred from Christopher Newport 

College. 

BOYSEN, FREDERICK O., Haddonfield, New Jersey. 

B.S., Psychology; Phi Kappa Tau, Rush Chairman; 

Psychology Club. 

BRAGG. DAVID GORDON, Bena. B.S., Mathematics; 

Tutorial Program; Wesley Foundation. 











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BRANHAM, JEAN ELIZABETH, Martinsville. A.B., 
Education; Gamma Phi Beta. Rush Chairman: Student 
Association; Orientation Sponsor; Student Education 
Association. 

BREMER. ELIZABETH ANNE. Annandale. A.B.. Edu- 
cation; Delta Omicron; Choir; Chorus; Lutheran Stu- 
dent Association. 

BRENNER. ALISON LESLIE. New York. New York. 
A.B.. Government; Kappa Kappa Gamma. President. 
Junior Panhellenic Representative; Phi Beta Kappa; 
Mortar Board. Vice-President; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Pi 
Delta Phi; Student Association; President's Aide; Wom- 
en's Honor Council; Orientation Sponsor. 



BRICKLEMYER. KEITH WINTERS, Orangeburg, 
South Carolina. A.B., Philosophy; Kappa Alpha; Group 
Leader; Soccer; Track. 

BRISEBOIS. ANNE BINDON. Arlmgton. A.B.. French; 
Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Delta Phi, 
President; Christian Fellowship, Alumni Secretary; 
Westminster Fellowship. 

BROCK. CAROLYN MARIE, Norfolk. A.B.. English; 
Phi Mu; Chi Delta Phi. Secretary, Vice-President; Cho- 
rus; French Club; Botetourt Bibliographical Society; 
Westminster Fellowship. 



BROECKER, LINELL PATRICE. Richmond. A.B., So- 
ciology; Kappa Alpha Theta; Pi Delta Epsilon; Student 
Association; Flat Hal. Make-Up Editor, Associate Edi- 
tor; International Circle. 

BROMLEY, ELIZABETH ANN, Washington, D.C. B.S., 
Mathematics; Chi Omega, Treasurer; Abelian Society; 
Student Association: Orientation Sponsor: Flat Hat: Can- 
terbury Club 

BROOKE, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Alexandria. A.B., Eng- 
lish; William and Mary Theatre; Backdrop Club; 
Choir, President. 



BROOKS, ANN BARRINGER, Williamsburg. A.B., 
Spanish; Spanish Club; transferred from University of 
Maryland, Munich, Rutgers. 

BROOKS, CARLTON PARKS, III, Roanoke. A.B., Psy- 
chology; Pi Lambda Phi, Vice-President, Rush Chair- 
man; Group Leader; Band; ROTC; Young Republicans; 
Psychology Club; Distinguished Military Student. 
BROUGHTON. HENRY PAUL, Richmond. A.B.. Psy- 
cholog)'; Pi Kappa Alpha, House Manager; Psychology 
Club. 



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BROWN, ADLN DEERING, El Paso. Texas. B.S.. 
Geolog>-; Sigma Nu; ROTC; Scabbard and Blade; 
Christian Science Organization; Fellowship of Chris- 
tian Athletes. President; Football. Co-Captain. 
BROWN. CELIA ANNE. Richmond A.B., English; Colo- 
7iial Echo: Newman Club; Intramurals. 
BROWN. DIANE RUTH. Curundu. Canal Zone B.S., 
Biolog>-; Women's Dormitory Council. Ludwell House 
President; Colonial Echo; Sailing Association; Biology 
Club; Canterbury Club; Tennis; Lacrosse. 



BROWN, FREDERICK LEE, Williamsburg. B.S.. 
Physics. 

BROWN, KRISTI SUE, Arlington. A.B., Fine Arts; 
Phi Mu, Panhellenic Representative; WCWM; West- 
minster Fellowship. 

BROWN, PAULINE ELIZABETH, Richlands. B.S.. 
Biology. 



BROWN. RICHARD DARYL, Arlington. A.B., Eco- 
nomics; Kappa Alpha; Society for the Advancement 
of Management; Intramurals. 

BROWN, WILLIAM KEITH, Gloucester. A.B., Math- 
ematics. 

BRYANT. HARVEY LEE. Ill, Portsmouth. A.B.. 
History; Student Association; Group Leader; Young 
Republicans; Baptist Student Union; Intramurals. 



BUCHANAN, WILLIAM GORDON. III. Roanoke. 
B.S., Physical Education; Sigma Nu. Vice-President; 
Interfraternity Council; P.E. Majors' Club; Football. 
BUCK. SHARON ELIZABETH. Newport News. B.S.. 
Biology; Kappa Alpha Theta, Chaplain; Biology Club; 
Newman Club; Women's Recreation Association. Sec- 
retary. 

BULLOCK, ROBERT MICHAEL, McLean. A.B., Fine 
Arts; Phi Kappa Tau. 



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BUCKLEY, MARY KATHLEEN, Falls Church. A.B., 

English; Gamma Phi Beta: Colonial Echo; Newman 

Club. 

BUCKLEY, SUSAN IRVIN, Alexandria, A.B„ French; 

Chi Omega; Chorus. 

BUENTING. KAREN ALT, Staunton. A.B., Economics; 

Kappa Alpha Theta; Orientation Sponsor. 



BUFFINGTON. PATRICIA. Fairfield. Connecticut. 
A.B.. English; Delta Delta Delta; Young Republicans; 
Canterbury Club; transferred from University of 
Bridgeport. 

BUGDEN, LEE BIBB LINDSAY. FayetteviUe, New 
York. A.B., Education; Pi Beta Phi; Student Education 
Association; Canterbury Club. 

BURGE. KATHERINE GRAVELLE, Hopewell. A.B.. 
Psychology^ Delta Delta Delta, President; Psi Chi; Stu- 
dent Association; Psychology Club; Homecoming Court; 
Miss William and Mary; Greek Weekend Queen; 
Sweetheart of Kappa Sigma; Inlramurals. 



BURNEY, CHRISTINE SHIRLEY, Alexandria. A.B., 
Education; Pi Beta Phi; Backdrop Club; Orchesis; Stu- 
dent Education Association 

BURT, MERCER DAVID, Newport News, B,S., Chem- 
istry; Chemistry Club; transferred from Trinity Col- 
lege, 
BURT, VIRGINIA LEE, Richmond A.B., Sociology. 



BUTLER, WILLIAM ARTHUR. JR., Suffolk, A.B., Psy- 
chology; Psychology Club. 

BUTNER, TRUDY D., Fort Lauderdale, Florida. A,B., 
English; Pi Beta Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Chorus; 
Canterbury Club; Intramurals; Tutorial Program. 
CALLAHAN, JAMES EDWARD, River Vale, New Jer- 
sey. A.B., Education; Lambda Chi Alpha, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; Newman Club; Freshman Cross Country 
and Track; Intramurals. 



CAMPBELL, JOAN DARNELL, Lynchburg. A.B.. Edu- 
cation; Kappa Delta; Wesley Foundation, Treasurer. 
CAMPBELL, VICTORIA ANNE, Martins^ville. AB . 
English; Chi Delta Phi. Treasurer; Flat Hat: Tutorial 
Program, 

CARLSON. PATRICIA ANN, Norfolk, A,B,. English; 
Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; Student Educa- 
tion Association. 



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CARMODY, MARY PATRICIA, Falls Church. A.B., 
Sociology and Anthropology: Alpha Chi Omega; 
Newman Club. 

CARNEY, GRETCHEN, Newport News. B.S., Mathe- 
matics; WCWM; Newman Club; transferred from 
Christopher Newport College. 

CARNEY, ROBERT W., Williamsburg. B.S., Chemis- 
try; Chemistry Club; transferred from University of 
Kansas. 



CARSON, JEAN KYLE, Hot Springs. A.B.. Educa- 
tion; Kappa Alpha Theta. Recording Secretary; Stu- 
dent Association; Flat Hat, News Editor; Chorus; 
Young Democrats; Student Education Association; 
French Club. 

CARTER, KAREN LOU, Alexandria. A.B., Sociology; 
Pi Delta Phi; French Club; Westminster Fellowship. 
CASHMAN, BRADLEY ROBERT, Hanover, Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B., Business Administration; Football; trans- 
ferred from George Washington University. 



CHANDLER, SAMUEL BRYAN, Montross. B.S., 
Physics; Pi Kappa Alpha; Student Association; Group 
Leader; Canterbury Club. 

CHAPMAN, MARIAN SUE, Aberdeen, Maryland. 
A.B., Business Administration; Sailing Association; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management, Secretary; 
Sweetheart of Sigma Pi; transferred from University of 
Western Kentucky. 

CHAPPELL, ALLEN HARRIS, Harrisonburg. A.B., 
Government. 



CHARTIER, LINDA HARRELL, West Point. A.B., 
Education. 

CHERRY. ELIZABETH ANNE, Charlottesville. A.B., 
Education; Kappa Alpha Theta, First Vice-President; 
Student Education Association. 

CHOW, MEI-CHUAN TANG, Taipei, Taiwan, Repub- 
lic of China. B.S., Chemistry; transferred from Rich- 
ard Bland College. 



CHRISTENSEN, CARL HARTNESS, Salisbury, Mary- 
land. A.B., Business Administration; Kappa Sigma, 
Treasurer; Student Association; Group Leader; Ac- 
counting Club, President; Golf; Freshman Basketball. 
CHRISTIAN, ELNOR JANE, Jenkintown, Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B , Education; Kappa Delta; Chorus; Stu- 
dent Education Association; Flat Hat 
CHRONISTER, MARTIN M., Fairfield, Pennsylvania. 
A.B., Busine.ss Administration; Accounting Club; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management. 




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CLARK, JOANNE, Newport News. A.B., History; 
Colonial Echo; transferred from Christopher Newport 
College. 

CLARK, KATHRYN PERRY, Newport. Rhode Island. 
A.B.. Education; Student Association; Student Educa- 
tion Association; Newman Club. 

CLARKE, PETER TEFFT, Hilton Head Island, South 
Carolina. A.B., Business Administration; Pi Lambda 
Phi; Men's Dormitory Council, Dormitory President; 
Flat Hat; ROTC; Society for the Advancement of 
Management; Soccer. Co-Captain. 



CLAWSON, CONSTANCE MARIE, Richmond. A.B., 
English; Alpha Chi Omega, Lyre Editor, Secretary; 
Student Association. Co-Chairman of Campus Chest; 
Flat Hat; Newman Club. 

CLAY, ROBERT NEWLIN, Mt. Stirling. Kentucky 
A.B., Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 
General Cooperative Committee; Student Association 
Men's Dormitory Council; Group Leader; Flat Hat 
Society for the Advancement of Management; Chris 
tian Science Organization; Sophomore Class Presi 
dent. 

COFFMAN. MILTON, JR., Woodstock. A.B., History 
Lambda Chi Alpha. Secretary; Intramurals. 



COGGIN. GEORGE THOMAS. Norfolk. A.B., Busi- 
ness Administration; Society for the Advancement of 
Management. 

COINER, PENELOPE SUSAN, Fairfax. A.B., Fine 
Arts; Delta Delta Delta, Vice-President; Sweetheart 
of Theta Delta Chi. 

COLE. HOWARD MILTON, JR., Hampton. A.B., 
Sociology and Anthropolog>'; ROTC. 



COLEMAN, CAROLYN FAYE, Appomattox. A.B., 
Education; Chorus; Student Education Association; 
Baptist Student Union. 

COLEMAN, JUDITH LAKE, Richmond. A.B., Fine 
Arts; Westminster Fellowship. 

COLEY, JEAN ELISE, Norfolk. A.B.. Economics; 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Junior and Senior Panhellenic 
Representative; Panhellenic Council, Treasurer; Polit- 
ical Science Forum; Newman Club; Intramurals. 



COLLINS, ELIZABETH CAROL, Marion. A.B., Busi- 
ness Administration; Alpha Chi Omega; Student 
Association; Accounting Club. 

COLLINS, WALTER WILLIAM, Norfolk. B.S., Phys- 
ics; Abelian Society; Band; Orchestra; Sailing Asso- 
ciation. 

CONLEY. ELIZABETH BLANCHE, Alexandria. 
A.B., Fine Arts; Kappa Delta; Flat Hal; Canterbury 
Club. 



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CONNELLY. ROSE FRANCES, North 
Abington. Massachust-tts. A.B.. English; 
Delta Delta Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; William and Mary Theatre; 
Merit Scholar; Exchange Student to the 
University of Exeter. 

CONRAD. CONRAD A., Oil City. Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B.. Business Administration; Phi 
Kappa Tau. Vice-President. Treasurer; Ac- 
counting Club, Secretarv-Treasurer. 



CONWAY. ARTHUR FRANKLIN, Kilmar- 
nock. B.S., Biology; Keplar; Biology Club. 
COOK, MARY GRACE, Martinsville. A.B., 
Education; Kappa Delta; Chorus; Student 
Education Association; Wesley Foundation. 



COOKE. JANICE LYNN. Richmond. A.B . 
English; Pi Delta EpsUon. Treasurer; 
WCWM. Publicity Director. 
COPPOLA, SHERRY SUE. Yorktown. A.B.. 
Fine Arts; Hockey. 








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CORRELL, DOROTHY LUCILLE. Newport 
News. A.B.. Mathematics; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma; Orientation Sponsor; Chorus; Sail- 
ing Association; Canterbury Club; Intramur- 
als; Tutorial Program. 

COTTINGHAM. JUANA DAY. Swoope. 
A.B.. Mathematics; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
Treasurer; Sailing Association. 



COTTRILL. SARAH LU. Chesapeake. A.B., 
History; Band; Biology Club; Christian Fel- 
lowship, Alumni Secretary; Westminster 
Fellowship. 

CRACRAFT, KATHLEEN DOROTHY, Hel- 
ena, Arkansas. A.B.. Education; Pi Beta 
Phi; Backdrop Club; Student Education As- 
sociation; Canterbury Club; Tutorial Pro- 
gram; Intramurals. 






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CRAIG. DEE W., Hopewell. A.B., Physical Education; 
Men's Dormitory Council; P.E. Majors' Club; Fellow- 
ship of Christian Athletes; Track. 

CRAIG, PATRICIA GRIST, Williamsburg. A.B., Educa- 
tion; transferred from Virginia Baptist Hospital School 
of Nursing. 

CRAWFORD. PAMELA, Winter Park, Florida. A.B., 
English; Phi Mu, Chaplain; William and Man,' Review; 
Sailing Association, Treasurer, Vice-Commodore; Bote- 
tourt Bibliographical Society; International Circle, Pub- 
licity Chairman. 

CREMINS, MARY ANN, Alexandria. A.B.. English; Pi 
Beta Phi, Panhellenic Representative; Student Educa- 
tion Association; New-man Club. 

CRESSMAN, BARRY EDWARD, Hicksville. Long Is- 
land, New York. A.B., English; Phi Beta Kappa; Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma. Treasurer; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities; Group 
Leader; William and Mary Review. Copy Editor; Wil- 
liam and Mary Theatre; Lyon G. Tyler Historical Socie- 
ty, Treasurer; German Club, Treasurer; University of 
St. Andrews Exchange Scholar. 

CROGHAN, SUSAN VICTORIA, Richmond. A.B., His- 
tory; Young Republicans, Corresponding Secretary; 
Sailing Association, Corresponding Secretary; Lyon G, 
Tyler Historical Society; Women's Golf Team, Manager. 



CRONK, RONALD DREW, Pequannock, New Jersey, 
A.B., Mathematics. 

CROUSE, SUSAN ELIZABETH, York. Pennsylvania. 
A.B., French; Alpha Lambda Delta, Vice-President; 
Delta Omicron; Pi Delta Phi; Women's Dormitory Coun- 
cil; Orientation Sponsor: Chorus; Canterbury Club. 
CROWDER, LINDA, South Hill. A.B., Education. 



CROWE, PATRICIA WARD, Wilmington, Delaware. 
A.B., English; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
William and Mary Review, Secretary; Spanish Club. 
CUERVO-DELGADO, HERMINIO, Newport News. 
B.S.. Biology; William and Mary Review: Sailing Asso- 
ciation; Biology Club; Gymnastics; transferred from 
Christopher Newport College. 

CUMMINS, BRIAN JAY, Chatham. A.B , Business 
Administration; Accounting Club. 



CURTLER, DOUGLAS CARRICK, Richmond. A B.. 
History; William and .Mary Review 

DAILEY, MARY ANNE. Marimsburg. West Virginia. 
A.B . Psycholog>-; Phi Mu, House President; Flat Hat. 
DAINER, PAUL, Union. New Jersey. B.S.. Chemistry; 
Sigma Chi; Phi Eta Sigma; Men's Dormitory Council; 
Orchestra; Chemistry Club. 



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DALEY, JONELLE S., Norfolk. A.B., German; Chris- 
tian Science Organization; German Club, Secretary; 
Women's Golf Team; transferred from Frederick Col- 
lege. 

DAMERON. GLENDA FAYE, Warsaw. A.B., Educa- 
tion; Alpha Chi Omega. 

DANKERS. NAOMI JEAN, Sayville, Long Island, New 
York. A.B., Sociology; Gamma Phi Beta; Student Asso- 
ciation; Band. 



DARRAGH, DANIEL M., Mount Lebanon, Pennsyl- 
vania. B.S., Chemistry; Kappa Sigma; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- 
ties; Student Association; President's Aide; Chemistry 
Club; Football. 

DAUGHTRY, LAURA LEE, Portsmouth. A.B., History; 
Alpha Chi Omega; Kappa Delta Pi; Women's Dormi- 
tory Council, Jefferson Counselor; Orientation Sponsor; 
Orchesis. 

DAVIS, BEATRICE LOUISE, Berryville. A.B., Philoso- 
phy; Students for Liberal Acton; Tutorial Program. 

DAVIS, BRADLEY JOHN, Jacksonville, Florida. A.B., 
Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha, Trea- 
surer; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities; General Cooperative Com- 
mittee, Vice Chairman; Student Association, President; 
President's Aide; Men's Honor Council; Group Leader, 
Assistant Head; Interfraternity Council, Treasurer; 
Accounting Club; Intramurals. 

DAVIS, DAVID E.. JR., Arvada, Colorado. A.B., Gov- 
ernment; Sigma Phi Epsilon; General Cooperative 
Committee; Student Association, Vice-President; Group 
Leader; Colonial Echo. Fraternity Editor; William and 
Mary Theatre; Backdrop Club; Choir; Freshman Class 
President. 

DAVIS, JAMES E., Petersburg. B.S.. Biolog>'; West- 
minster Fellowship, Treasurer; transferred from Rich- 
ard Bland College. 

DAVIS, MARGARET DINAN, Richmond. A.B., Educa- 
tion; Flat Hat: Student Education Association; Newman 
Club. 

DAVIS, MARGARET SAVAGE, Norfolk. A.B., French; 
Delta Delta Delta; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Delta Phi. 
DAVIS, PAUL ALNWICK, North Kingstown, Rhode 
Island. A.B., History; Sigma Chi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Flat 
Hat; William and Mary Review, Editorial Board Chair- 
man; Political Science Forum; Lyon G. Tyler Historical 
Society. 



DEAS, JOANNE B., San Diego. California. A.B.. Thea- 
tre and Speech; Pi Delta Epsilon; Theta Alpha Phi; 
WCWM, Director of Special Programming; William and 
Mary Theatre; Backdrop Club; Mermettes. 
DEBELL, RICHARD LEE, Morganton, North Carolina. 
A.B., Business Administration; Phi Kappa Tau; Men's 
Dormitory Council, Dormitory Manager; Accounting 
Club. 

DECARLO, ROSEMARY. Arlington. A.B., Education; 
French Club; Newman Club. 






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DELONG, RICHARD ALLEN, Buchanan. A.B.. Busi- 
ness Administration; Sigma Chi; Political Science 
Forum. 

DEMARY. ANTHONY JOHN, New Alexandria, 
Pennsylvania. B.S.. Business Administration; Kappa 
Sigma: Society for the Advancement of Management; 
Football. 

DEMERS, MARION EDYTHA. Sparta, New Jersey. 
A.B., Sociology; Kappa Delta, House President; Polit- 
ical Science Forum; Christian Science Organization, 
Secretary. 



DEMPSEY, KATHLEEN MARIE, Newport News. 
A.B., Education; Student Education Association; 
transferred from Christopher Newport College. 
DENT, LYNWOOD MILLER, JR., Roanoke. A.B., 
History; Sigma Chi, President; Lyon G. Tyler Histor- 
ical Society; Wesley Foundation, Program Chairman; 
Interfraternity Council. 

DETORIE, DEANNE MARIE, Arlington. A.B., Eng- 
lish; Colonial Echo; Flat Hat; Newman Club. 



DILLON, KATHLEEN ELIZABETH, McUan. A.B., 
English; Orientation Sponsor. 

DISTLER, ELIZABETH ANNE, Palatine, Illinois. 
A.B., English; Kappa Alpha Theta; Pi Delta Epsilon; 
Colonial Echo. Business Manager; Young Republi- 
cans; Newman Club. 

DIXON, WILLIAM CARLTON, Alexandria. B.S., 
Physics; Sigma Pi Sigma. 



DOLSEY, RICHARD LESTER, Richmond. B.S., Biol- 
ogy; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice-President. President: 
Interfraternity Council; Biology Club: Intramurals. 
DONATO, JOANNA FRANCES, Falls Church. A.B., 
Sociology: Kappa Alpha Theta, House President: Ori- 
entation Sponsor: Backdrop Club; Newman Club; 
Sweetheart of Phi Kappa Tau. 

DONNELLY, TERRY ALAN, Arlington. A.B., Sociol- 
ogy: Lambda Chi Alpha: Cross Country. Co-Captain: 
Indoor Track; Track; All Southern Conference Track 
Team. 



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DONOHUE. LINDA S., Hampton. A.B.. Psycholog>-; 
French Club; Canterbury Club; transferred from Uni- 
versity of Maryland, Munich, Germany and Christo- 
pher Newport College. 

DOOLEY, PAUL L., Montvale. A.B., Business Admin- 
istration; Accounting Club; transferred from Christo- 
pher Newport College. 

DORMAN, LOIS AINSLEY, Cmcinnati, Ohio. A.B., 
Education; Orientation Sponsor; William and Mary 
Theatre. 



DOUGLAS. ELEANOR CARTER. Columbus. Georgia. 
B.S., Psychology. 

DOVEL. BETTY. Charlottesville. A.B.. English. 
DOWLING. MICHAEL CARRIGAN, Hamilton. Mon- 
tana. A.B.. History; Choir; ROTC; Alpha Phi Omega, 
President; Y'oung Democrats; Newman Club; Commit- 
tee on Arts and Lectures. 



DOYLE. LINDA DIANNE. Ridgeway A.B.. Education; 
Alpha Chi Omega. Rush Chairman. Senior Panhellenic 
Representative; Orientation Sponsor; Orchesis; Student 
Education Association; Greek Weekend Court. 
DRAKE. ROBERT EDWIN. JR.. Kailua. Hawaii. B.S.. 
Biolog\-; Sigma Chi. Vice-President; ROTC; Queen's 
Guard, Secretary-Treasurer. Vice-President. Com- 
mander; Alpha Phi Omega; Biologj' Club. 
DUDLEY, MARGARET F.. Virginia Beach. A.B.. .Soci- 
ology. 



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Class of 1968 



DUEL. DEBORAH LEE, Alexandria. A.B.. History; 
Alpha Chi Omega. Recording Secretary; Pi Delta Epsi- 
lon. President; Flat Hat. Managing Editor. Associate 
Editor, News Editor; Virginia Gazette Journalism 
Award. 

DUKE. ROBERT ERNEST. JR.. Louisa. A B.. Econom- 
ics; Lambda Chi Alpha; ROTC; Scabbard and Blade; 
Queen's Guard. 

DULIN, JACQUELYN SCOTT, Chevy Chase. Mary- 
land. A.B., History; Pi Beta Phi. Historian; Kappa 
Delta Pi, Vice-President; Spanish Club; Lyon G. Tyler 
Historical Society; Intramurals. 



DUNCAN, WILLIAM EDWARD. JR.. Richmond. A.B.. 
Business Administration; Kappa Sigma; Accounting 
Club; transferred from University of Richmond and 
Richmond Professional Institute. 

EARLY, ALVIN CARL, JR., Roanoke. A.B.. French; 
French Club; Wesley Foundation. Treasurer. 
EDEN, KAREN J. L., Shreveport. Louisiana. A.B., Phi- 
losophy: Alpha Chi Omega; Delta Omicron. Recording 
Secretary; Orchestra. Concertmistress; French Club; 
Westminster Fellowship; Women's Swimming Team. 



EDMUNDS. WAYNE LITTLE. Newport News. A.B., 
Business Administration; Circle K; Y'oung Republicans; 
Accounting Club; Baptist Student Union: The Forge, 
Treasurer; Wrestling; Gymnastics Club. 
EDWARDS, SAMUEL THOMAS. JR.. Hampton. B.S.. 
Physics. 

EGGLESTON. MARGARET LOUISE, Newport News. 
B.S.. Mathematics; Abelian Society; Pep Club, Presi- 
dent. 



ELDER. JANET DEE. Hopewell. A.B.. Fine Arts; Delta 
Delta Delta; Intramurals. 

ERNST, MAJORIE ELLEN. Riverside, Connecticut. 
A.B., Education; Chi Omega; Kappa Delta Pi; Chorus. 
ESTES, SUSAN MC KISSICK, Falls Church. A.B., 
English; Flat Hat: William and Mary Review: WCWM; 
William and Mary Theatre; Backdrop Club; Canterbury 
Club. 



EWING, SUSAN KATHRYN. Lynchburg. A.B.. 
French. 

FARRIS, JUDY CAROLYN, Vinton. A.B.. History; 
Student Education A.ssociation; Lyon G. Tyler Histori- 
cal Society; Wesley Foundation. 

FAUST, JUDITH. Falls Church. A.B.. Hi.story; Pi Beta 
Phi; Orientation Spcmsor; Colonial Echo: International 
Circle; Sweetheart of Kappa Sigma. 




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FAY, THOMAS PATRICK, Alexandria. A.B., Educa- 
tion; Lambda Chi Alpha; Newman Club; Basketball; 
Football Manager, 

FIGG, CAROL LEE, Richmond. A.B., Education; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Student Education Associa- 
tion. 

FITZGERALD, MARY CLARE. Vienna. A.B., His- 
tory; Gamma Phi Beta; Newman Club; Women's 
Dormitory Council, Ludwell House President; Wom- 
en's Basketball. 



FLEMING, PAULA DENISE, Alexandria. A.B., Eng- 
lish; Women's Dormitory Council; Young Democrats; 
Newman Club. 

FLINN, SUSAN, Falls Church. B.S., Mathematics; 
Newman Club. 

FRANCE. DAVID EUGENE, Springfield. A B., Busi- 
ness Administration; Pi Lambda Phi; Student Asso- 
ciation; Flat Hat; Accounting Club. 



FRANKLIN, PHILIP LEIGH, Virginia Beach. A.B., 
Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice- 
President; Baseball; Intramurals. 

ERASER, BETTY FLORENCE, Miami, Florida. A.B., 
English; Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities; Pi Delta Epsilon, Vice-President; Publica- 
tions Committee; Colonial Echo. Editor, Associate 
Editor, Administration and Faculty Editor, Index 
Editor, Editorial Assistant; Student Activities Fee 
Committee; Sweetheart of Circle K; Christian Fel- 
lowship. 

FREEMAN, DONALD NEAL, Silver Spring, Mary- 
land. B.S., Biology; Pi Lambda Phi; Interfraternity 
Council; Sailing Association; Biology Club; Balfour- 
Hillel; Skin Diving Club. 

FRYE, FREDRICKA LEE, Alexandria. A.B., French; 
Student Education Association. 

GADKOWSKI, ROBERT STEPHEN, Chatham, New 
Jersey. A.B., Business Administration; Sigma Nu, 
President; ROTC; Scabbard and Blade; Society for 
the Advancement of Management; Football. 
GAEBE, GREGOR MORRIS, Barrington, Rhode Is- 
land. A.B., Business Administration; Lambda Chi 
Alpha; Student Association; Men's Honor Council; 
Men's Dormitory Council, Dormitory Manager; Group 
Leader; Flat Hat. Sports Editor; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management; Tennis; Baseball. 



GALLIER, DONALD WAYNE, Lynchburg. A.B., Phi- 
losophy; Young Democrats; Philosophy Club; Foot- 
ball. 

GAMBARDELLA, ANTHONY JOHN, JR., Falls 
Church. A.B., Economics; Pi Lambda Phi; Group 
Leader; Interfraternity Council, Treasurer; Flat Hat. 
Circulation Manager; Newman Club. 
GAMMON, ROSE MILLER, Bristol. A.B., Fine Arts; 
Delta Delta Delta, Secretary; Student Association. 




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GARDNER, CAMILLA CARROLL, Suffolk. A.B., Soci- 
ology; Women's Dormitor>' Council, Landrum Vice- 
President; Student Education Association; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union; German Club; Intramurals 
GARNETT, HENRY DUNCAN, JR.. Newport News. 
A.B , History; Theta Delta Chi; Interfraternity Council: 
ROTC; transferred from Christopher Newport College. 
GARRETT, HELEN MARIE, Richmond. A.B., Educa- 
tion; Student Education Association. 



GARRISON, EUNICE, Williamsburg. A.B., Business 
Administration; Christian Fellowship. 
GARVIN, MARY ELIZABETH, Falls Church. A.B., 
Theatre and Speech; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Rush 
Chairman; Theta Alpha Phi; William and Mary Thea- 
tre; Backdrop Club; transferred from Catholic Univer- 
sity. 

GASTEIGER, WENDY LOUISE, Bristol. A.B., English; 
Kappa Delta, Corresponding Secretary; Orientation 
Sponsor; Flat Hat: WCWM; Westminster Fellowship. 




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GATEWOOD, ROBERT TYLER, JR., Newport News. 
A.B , Sociology; Theta Alpha Phi, Vice-President; Wil- 
liam and Mary Theatre; Backdrop Club, President; 
ROTC; Queen's Guard; Circle K; Committee on Con- 
certs and Lectures. 

GEARY, MARTHA LAVINDER. Chester. B.A., French; 
Student Education Association; Canterbury Club; La- 
crosse Team. 

GEOGHEGAN, WILLIAM ANDREW. JR.. Martins- 
ville. A.B., Psychology; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Men's Dor- 
mitory Council; Group Leader; ROTC; Scabbard and 
Blade; Psychology Club. 



GEORGIE, SHARON LEE, Arlington. A.B., Govern- 
ment; Sailing Association; Intramurals. 
GILLEY, GLORIA GAIL, Stuart. A.B.. Education; Cho- 
rus. 

GILLIAM, ELEANOR ANN, Alexandria. A.B., Span- 
ish; Sigma Delta Pi; Spanish Club. 



GIORGIO, MARILYN JANE, Huntingdon Valley, 
Pennsylvania. A.B., Mathematics: Gamma Phi Beta, 
Corresponding Secretary, Vice-President; Mortar 
Board; Alpha Lambda Delta; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities; Women's Dormitory Council, 
Vice-President, Ludwell House President; Orientation 
Sponsor; Colonial Echo: WCWM; Newman Club. 
GLENN, JAMES RICHARD. Pulaski. A.B.. History: 
Westminster Fellowship 

GOALDKR, JAMES STUART, Newport News. A.B., 
Psychology; Pi Lambda Phi, Historian, Rush Chairman; 
Group Leader; Band; ROTC; Orchestra; Psychology 
Club; Intramurals. 



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GODSHALK, JAMES DAVID. Landisville. 

Pennsylvania. A.B., Business Administration; 

Accounting Club. 

GOLDSTKIN, SANFORD RAPHAEL, Galax. 

A B , Hi.story; Hand; ROTC; Young Democrats: 

Balfour-Hillel. 

GOOD, LESTER LUCAS, Newport News. A.B., 

Business Administration; Accounting Club. 



GOOD, ROXANNE AYLEWARD, Ft. George 
G Meade, Maryland. A.B., English; Kappa Del- 
ta, Chaplain; Flat Hat: Choir; Chorus; Sailing 
Association; Student Education Association; 
Newman Club. Publicity Chairman, Program 
Chairman. 

GOODMAN, DIANE TERESE, Greenville, 
South Carolina B.S., Chemistry; Pi Beta Phi, 
Senior Panhellenic Representative; Pi Delta 
Epsilon; Flat Hat. Make-up Editor; Chemistry 
Club; Newman Club. 

GOODRICH, PAMELA SUE, Surry. A.B.. His- 
tory; Pi Beta Phi, Recording Secretary; Colonial 
Echo: Sweetheart of Sigma Pi, 



GOODWIN, MARTHA ELLIS, Orange. A.B., 
Sociology; Orientation Sponsor; Westminster 
Fellowship; Tutorial Program. 
GOOLSBY, PENELOPE BENNETT, Palatka, 
Florida. A.B., History; Phi Mu, Historian; Lyon 
G. Tyler Historical Society. 
GOOLSBY, REBECCA IRENE, Newport News. 
A.B , Education; Pi Beta Phi; Women's Dormi- 
tory Council, JefTerson Counselor; Orientation 
Sponsor; Student Education Association, Vice- 
President. 




GORDY, BRUCE CLARK, Tangier. A.B., Eco- 
nomics. 

GORMAN, DONNA WHITNEY, Richmond. 
B.S,, Mathematics; Pi Beta Phi, Arrow Corre- 
spondent; Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta 
Pi; Abelian Society, Executive Committee; 
Newman Club; Sweetheart of Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; Intramurals. 

GOTTWALS, DAVID S., Burnford, Connecti- 
cut, A.B., History; Kappa Sigma, Secretary; Eta 
Sigma Phi; Intramurals; Freshman Baseball. 



GRACIAN, GLORIA ALICIA, Williamsburg. 
A.B., Psychology; Phi Mu; Psychology Club; 
Newman Club; Student Association; transferred 
from Wheeling College. 

GRAHAM, GEORGE EDWARDS, JR.. Front 
Royal A B., History; Flat Hat. Exchange Edi- 
tor; Alpha Phi Omega; Westminster Fellow- 
ship. 

GRANVILLE. PATRICIA HARTLEBEN, Par- 
kersburg. West Virginia. A.B., Theatre and 
Speech; Chi Omega; Theta Alpha Phi; William 
and Mary Theatre; Backdrop Club, Choreogra- 
pher; Chorus; Orchesis. 



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GRAVES, LEONARD LANFORD. JR., Wil- 
liamsburg. A.B-, Business Administration; Flat 
Hat. Features Editor; Accounting Club. 
GREEN, CAROLE ANNE, Norfolk. A.B.. His- 
tory: Pi Beta Phi, Historian; Mortar Board; 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- 
ties; Student Association; Orientation Sponsor; 
French Club; Newman Club. 



GREEN, DOUGLAS C, Saint Paul, Minnesota. 
A.B., Histor\-; Theta Delta Chi; Flat Hat: 
Freshman Wrestling. 

GREEN, IMOGENE MARY. Hague. A B., Edu- 
cation; Student Education Association; New- 
man Club; Intramurals. 



GREEN, KATHRYN LOUISE, Charlottesville. 
B.S., Mathematics; Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Class 
President, House President; Mortar Board; 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- 
ties; Sigma Pi Sigma; Women's Dormitory 
Council, Jefferson Counselor; Orientation Spon- 
sor; Student Education Association; Intramur- 
als; Women's Recreation Association, Point 
Recorder 

GREEN, RONNI ILENE. Newport News. A.B., 
Education; Kappa Alpha Theta; Colonial Echo; 
Balfour-Hillel. 



GREENE, GLORIA KAYE, Hampton. A.B., 
Education; transferred from Christopher New- 
port College. 

GRIFFITHS, CHERYL LYNN, Fairfax. B.S., 
Physics; Kappa Delta; Sigma Pi Sigma, Presi- 
dent; Young Democrats; Abelian Society, Exec- 
utive Committee; Hockey; Intramurals. 



GUTHRIE, NANCY ELIZABETH, Madrid, 

Spain. A.B., English; Alpha Chi Omega; French 

Club. 

HAAN, KATHERINE GROOME, Newport 

News. A.B., History; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 









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HAAS, KAREN LEE, Radford. A B.. Education. Chi 
Omega; Women's Dormitory Council, DuPont Dormi- 
tory President. 

HADDON. ANDREA LYNN, Richmond. A.B., Sociol- 
ogy; Alpha Chi Omega, Chaplain; Orientation Sponsor; 
Chorus. 

HALL, SUSAN BALLENGER, Alexandria. A.B.. Eng- 
lish. 



HAMSHAR, LYNDA CAROL, Scott.sville. A.B., His- 
tory; Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society. 
HANCOCK, WILLLAM ALEX, Williamsburg A.B., 
English; Lambda Chi Alpha. 

HANSEN, GREGG ALLAN, Arlington. A.B., History; 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Student Association; Men's Honor 
Council; Men's Dormitory Council; Group Leader; In- 
terfraternity Council; ROTC. 



HANSEN, SHARON ALTHEA, Newport News. B.S. 
Physics; Women's Dormitory Council; Women's Hockey 
Tennis. 

HARDY, ALICE JANISE, Alexandria. A.B , Fine Arts 
Delta Delta Delta, Historian, Corresponding Secretary. 
HARLOW. NAIDA LOUISE, Essexville, Michigan 
A B , Economics; Gamma Phi Beta; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi 
Delta Phi; Orchestra; Young Republicans. 



HARRIS, HOWARD STANLEY, Richmond. A.B., Phi- 
losophy; WCWM; Sailing Association; Baptist Student 
Union. 

HARRIS, JANE, Falls Church. A.B., Psychology; Delta 
Delta Delta, Treasurer, Trident Correspondent; Flat 
Hat. Typing Editor; Psychology Club. 
HARRISON, WAYDE LOCKWIN, Bridgeville, Penn- 
sylvania. B.S., Biology (Pre-Med): Lambda Chi Alpha; 
Student Association; Group Leader; Swimming; Intra- 
murals. 





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HARVELL, SUSAN HOLMES, Bon Air. B.S., Biology; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Alpha Lambda Delta; Women's 
Dormitor\' Council, Jefferson Counselor; Orientation 
Sponsor; Sweetheart of Pi Kappa Alpha. 
HARVEY, DANIEL GAVER, Danville. A.B., English; 
Phi Kappa Tau, Pledge Class President; Group Leader; 
ROTC. 

HAWKINS, KATHLEEN DENISE. Alexandria. A.B., 
History; Gamma Phi Beta; Women's Hockey, Basket- 
ball; Intramurals. 



HECKER, PAMELA, Worthington, Ohio A.B., History; 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Treasurer; Student Association; 

Orientation Sponsor. 

HELMS, JUDITH PAIGE, Martinsville. A.B., Spanish; 

Pi Beta Phi. 

HERRING, JAMES EDWARD, Charlottesville. A.B., 

Busmess Administration; Kappa Sigma; Society for the 

Advancement of Management; Fellowship of Christian 

Athletes; Football; Intramurals. 



HERRMANN, CORITA ANNE, Mechanicsville. B.S., 
Biology; Alpha Lambda Delta; Women's Dormitory 
Council, Jefferson Counselor; Orientation Sponsor; Flat 
Hat: Sailing Association; Student Education Associa- 
tion; Biology Club, Secretary. 

HEUER, CHRISTINA MAE, Hewlett. A.B., English. 
HILDER, STUART CROSW'ELL, Arlington. A.B., Soci- 
ology; ROTC; Sailing Association; Westminster Fellow- 
ship; Soccer; Intramurals; transferred from United 
States Military Academy. 



HILL, JOYCE ELIZABETH, Chev-y Chase, Maryland. 

A.B., Fine Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Historian; Phi 

Beta Kappa; Theta Alpha Phi, President, Historian; 

William and Mary Theatre; Backdrop Club, Music 

Director; Chorus. 

HILL, LOIS ELIZABETH, Virginia Beach. A.B., Fine 

Arts; Psi Chi. 

HILL, THOMAS ALTON, East Rochester, New York 

A.B , Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



HILLIARD, JILL BRENDA, Springfield. A.B., English. 
HIMMEL, KENNETH ALFRED, Melrose, Massachu- 
setts B S., Psycholog>'; Lambda Chi Alpha, President, 
Rush Chairman; Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities; Student Association, Treasurer, Dance 
Committee Chairman; Group Leader; Interfraternity 
Council; Flat Hat. Associate Editor. 
HINES, CHRISTINE LAURIE, West Milford, New Jer- 
sey. A.B.. Education; Gamma Phi Beta; P.E. Msyors' 
Club; Newman Club; Sweetheart of Lambda Chi Alpha; 
Intramurals. 



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HOBART, NANCY LYNNE, Newport 
News. A.B., Sociology; Orientation Spon- 



HODGE, BAROLINE, Staunton. A B., 
Education; Kappa Alpha Theta. Secretary; 
Orientation Sponsor; Flat Hat: Backdrop 
Club; Student Education Association. 




HOGGARD, CATHARINE MACKIE, 
Newport News. B.S., Mathematics; trans- 
ferred from Roanoke College. 






HOLLEY, BARBARA ANN, Arlington. 
B S , Mathematics; Phi Beta Kappa; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Abelian Society; Colonial 
Echo; Mermettes, Historian. 



HOLLIS. SUSAN LOUISE, Norfolk. B.S., 
Biology; Kappa Delta; Delta Omicron; Ori- 
entation Sponsor; Backdrop Club; Orches- 
tra: French Club; Biology Club; Wesley 
Foundation; Committee on Arts and Lec- 
tures. 



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HOLROYD, JOHN CLINTON, Arlington A.B , Busi- 
ness Administration; Colonial Echo: Sailing Associa- 
tion; Society for the Advancement of Management; 
Newman Club. 

HOOPER. STEVANNE JOAN, Falls Church. A.B., So- 
ciology-; Orientation Sponsor; Tutorial Program. 
HOPKINS, EDWIN P, Chester B S.. Chemistr,'; Pi 
Lambda Phi, Corresponding Secretary; Men's Dormi- 
tory Council; Chemistry Club; Track; All Southern 
Conference Cross Country. 



HORNSTEIN, LINDA, Union, New Jersey. A.B., French; 

Pi Delta Phi. 

HOUGH. JOY ANN, Vienna. A B , Education: Student 

Education Association. 

HOWARD, CARROLL HAMPTON, III, Leesburg. A.B., 

Sociology; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Swimming. 



HOWARD. DENNIS MILBURN, Falls Church. A.B., 

English 

HOWARD. GROVER CHARLES. Portsmouth B.S., 

Physics. 

HUBBARD, BENJAMIN ARTHUR, Virginia Beach 

A.B., Government; Sigma Phi Epsilon, President. Inter- 

fraternity Council; ROTC; Scabbard and Blade. 



HUGHES, CAROL TURNBULL, Hampton. A.B.. Phi- 
losophy; transferred from Averett College 
HUGHES. WILLIAM GRESBY. Hampton A.B., Psy- 
chology; transferred from Christopher New|X)rt College 
HULL, LINDA DRAKE, Richmond A B , English; Chi 
Delta Phi; William and Mary Review, Poetry Board 
Editor; Chorus; Swimming. 



HUMPHLETT, REBECCA EARLENE, Richmond. B.S., 

Biology; Pi Beta Phi; Biology Club; Wesley Foundation; 

Intramurals. 

HUNT. JANICE ANN, Danville. A.B.. Engli.sh; Pi 

Di'lta Epsilon; Colonial Echo; Sailing Association 

HUNT, MARILYN KEEFER, Cold Springs Harbor, 

New York. A.B., Psychology; Pi Beta Phi. 



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Class of 1968 



HURN, MARY ELLEN, Murray, Kentucky. B.S., 
Biology; Gamma Phi Beta, Recording Secretary; Phi 
Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; Women's Dormi- 
tory Council, JetTerson Counselor; Colonial Echo: 
Biology Club; Women's Hockey, Lacrosse, Manager, 
Captain, Basketball; Women's Recreation Asscx'iation. 
HUXSAW, CHARLES FREDRICK, Canfield, Ohio. 
A.B,, Government; Sigma Chi; Delta Sigma Rho-Tau 
Kappa Alpha; Group Leader, Assistant Head; Inter- 
fraternity Council, Secretary; Debate Council, Presi- 
dent; 'Young Republicans, President; Political Science 
Forum. 

HUZEK. WILLIAM SCOTT, Richmond. A.B., Busi- 
ness Administration; Theta Delta Chi, Treasurer; 
Group Leader; Accounting Club; Newman Club. 



INMAN, MICHAEL A., Frederick, Maryland A.B., 
English; Phi Kappa Tau, Secretary, House Manager; 
WCWM; ROTC; Newman Club. 

IRBY, KENNETH COLE, Gloucester Point B.S., 
Mathematics; Kappa Alpha; ROTC; Young Republi- 
cans; Soccer. 

JACOBS, CECELIA MARIE, San Diego, California 
A.B., French; Kappa Delta Pi; Pi Delta Phi; Colonial 
Echo; Chorus; Newman Club. 



JACOBSON, DOUGLAS EARL, Hampton A.B, 
Business Administration; Keplar; Treasurer; Accounting 
Club. 

JAEGER, NANCY JEAN, Newport News. A.B., Soci- 
ology; transferred from Lynchburg College. 
JANCAITIS, JAMES RICHARD, Norfolk. B.S., Phys- 
ics; Lambda Chi Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities; Sigma Pi Sigma; Colonial Echo; New- 
man Club; Track. 



JARRETT, NORMA LYNN, Alexandria A B., Educa- 
tion; Kappa Kappa Gamma, House President; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Majorettes; Chorus; Student Education As- 
sociation, President. 

JENKINS, DANIEL GEORGE, Ligonier, Pennsyl- 
vania. B.S., Biology; Sigma Pi; Student Association; 
Flat Hat. Copy Editor; Band; Westminster Fellow- 
ship. 

JENKINS, FRANKLIN JULIAN, Goochland A B., 
Business Administration; Kappa Sigma; ROTC; 
Queen's Guard; Society for the Advancement of 
Management. 



JENKINS, KATHERINE BRUCE, Ambler, Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B., Psychology; Colonial Echo; Flat Hat; 
Debate Council; Sailing Association; Psychology Club. 
JENKINS, MARY LOU, Buena Vi.sta. A B., Sociol- 
ogy; Alpha Chi Omega; Chorus. 

JENKINS, RUTH ANN. Manquin. B.S., Psychology; 
Psychology Club. 




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118 SENIORS 





JEWELL, THOMAS GIBSON, Leesburg. A.B., His- 
tory; Alpha Phi Omega; Young Republicans; Spanish 
Club; Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society 
JOHNSON, JOHN MICHAEL, Berkeley Springs, 
West Virginia. A.B., Sociology; Men's Dormitory 
Council; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Basketball. 
JOHNSON, JOYCE LYNN, Ponte Vedra Beach, 
Florida B.S., Education; Colonial Echo: Sailing Asso- 
ciation; Biology Club; Women's Tennis. 



JOHNSON, JOYCE MAE, Bluefield, West Virginia. 
A.B , Psychology; Alpha Chi Omega, Panhellenic 
Representative; Women's Tennis. 

JOHNSON, JUDITH E., Norfolk. A.B., Philosophy: 
Mortar Board; Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities; Pi Delta Epsilon; Orientation Sponsor; 
Flat Hat, Typing Editor; William and Mary Review; 
Mermettes; French Club; Newman Club, Program 
Chairman, Secretary; transferred from Mary Wash- 
ington. 

JOHNSON. MARILYN KAY, Falls Church. A.B., 
English; Alpha Chi Omega; Pi Delta Epsilon; Flat 
Hat. Associate Copy Editor; French Club, Secretary; 
Newman Club; Gymnastics. 




JOHNSON, ROBERT ARTHUR, Arlington. A.B., 
Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon; 
WCWM, Sports Director; ROTC; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management. 

JOHNSON, ROBERT GEORGE. Springfield. A.B., 
Mathematics; Kappa Delta Pi; Flat Hat; Alpha Phi 
Omega; Young Republicans; Baptist Student Union, 
Treasurer, Student Center Chairman. 
JOHNSON, WAYNE KING, JR., West Point. A.B.. 
Psychology; Psychology Club. 



JOHNSTON, ROBERT OLIN, Hopewell. A.B., His- 
tory; Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary, Vice-President. 
JOLLIFFE. RICHARD BERLE, Chesapeake. A.B., 
Business Administration; Kappa Sigma, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement. 

JONES, COLGATE WOODWARD, Newport News. 
A.B., Education. 



JONES. JANICE ELLEN, Richmond. A.B.. Govern- 
ment; Pi Beta Phi; Student Association; Political 
Science Forum; Lacrosse. 

JONES. WAYNE KERMIT, Mechanicsville. A.B., 
English. 

JORDAN, WILLIAM THOMAS, Memphis, Tennessee. 
A.B., Business Administration; Young Democrats; 
Accounting Club; Intramurals. 



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Class of 1968 



JOYCE, DREAMA LEIGH, Lexington. A.B., Govern- 
ment: Kappa Alpha Theta; Chorus; Student Education 
Association; Miss WilHam and Mary Finalist; Intra- 
murais 

JOYNER, CHANDLER H , Portsmouth. AH, Business 
Administration. 

JULLIEN, JAMES PAGE. Falls Church. B.S , Physical 
Education; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



KAHL, DEAN ELIZABETH, Petersburg. B.S., Mathe- 
matics; Kappa Delta; Delta Omicron, Publicity Chair- 
man, Secretary; Orientation Sponsor; Colonial Echo; 
Flat Hat: Choir; Chorus, Accompanist. 
KAHN. HOWARD DONALD, West Caldwell, New Jer- 
sey. B.S., Biology; Pi Lambda Phi; Biology Club; Bal- 
four-Hillel, Vice-President. 

KALLENBACH, WILLIAM, Mexico, Missouri. A.B., 
History; Phi Eta Sigma; Men's Dormitory Council; 
Track; transferred from Drake University. 



KANE, JAMES MICHAEL, Santa Maria. California. 
A.B., Business Administration; Kappa Sigma; Men's 
Dormitory Council; Group Leader; ROTC; Scabbard and 
Blade; Society for the Advancement of Management; 
Newman Club; Gymnastics; Intramurals. 
KEATING, ANNE ELIZABETH, Lexington, Kentucky. 
A.B., French; Chorus; Sailing Association; Botetourt 
Bibliographical Society 

KEATOR, MARGARET WHITLEY, Williamsburg 
A.B., Government; Chorus; Wesley Foundation 



KEELING, KATHERINE HARRIS, Danville A.B.. 
Education; Kappa Delta Pi. 

KEISTER, LILLIAN MARTIN, Glade Spring. B.S., Bi- 
ology; Band; Biology Club; Canterbury Club. 
KELLETT, GORDON NEIL, II, Arlington B.S , Biol- 
ogy iPre-Medl; Sigma Chi, Corresponding Secretary, 
Historian; Student Association; Men's Dormitory Coun- 
cil; Group Leader; Biology Club; Chemistry Club; Lu- 
theran Student Association. 



KENNEDY, DAVID CALDWELL, Manassas. A.B., 
History. 

KEPHART. RONALD FREDERICK. Hagerstown, 
Maryland. A.B., Spanish; Cross Country; transferred 
from Saint John's College. 

KERNS, VIRGINIA ROGERS, Roanoke. A B., Psychol- 
ogy; Kappa Alpha Theta, Historian. 




120 SENIORS 




Alexandria. B.S., Phj'sics; 
Biolog>'; Biol- 



KERR, CATHERINE 

Gamma Phi Beta. 

KERR, JAMES BRUCE. Hampton B.S., 

ogy Club; Rifle Team; Cricket Team. 

KIEFFER, MARGARET DALE. Norfolk. A.B., English; 

Student Association. 



KINCAID, KATHLEEN HILL, Hillsboro, Ohio. A.B., 
Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Majorettes, Head 
Majorette; Orchesis. 

KINES, CHERYL LUCILLE, Arlington A.B., Educa- 
tion. 

KING, JOHN CHARLES, Huntingdon Valley, Pennsyl- 
vania A.B , History; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Group Leader; Baseball. 



KING. KAMLA JEAN, Covington. A B.. English; Delta 
Omicron, Second Vice-President; Chorus; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union. 

KING. LINDA LOUISE. Bristol. A.B.. Government; 
Kappa Alpha Theta. Historian, Vice-President. 
KING, MARSHA ANN, Richmond. A.B., Education; 
Delta Delta Delta; Orientation Sponsor; Tutorial Pro- 
gram; Intramurals. 





KING, PETER EISENHOWER, Bowie, Maryland B.S., 
Chemistry; Sigma Chi; Young Democrats; Political Sci- 
ence Forum; Chemistry Club. 

KINGERY, LYNN STUART, Aberdeen, Maryland. 
A.B., English; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Flat Hat: William and Mary Review: Orchesis; West- 
minster Fellowship; Tutorial Program. 
KINNAIRD, LUCY SCOTT, Lexington. Kentucky. 
.A B . English; Delta Delta Delta; Mortar Board, Presi- 
dent; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- 
ties; .Student As.sociation; President's Aide; Women's 
Honor Council; Women's Dormitory Council, Jefferson 
Counselor; Orientation Sponsor; Colonial Echo; Chorus; 
Sailing Association. 





KIRSSIN, JEFFREY LEE, Camp Hill. Pennsylvania. 
A.B., Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Corresponding Secretary, Treasurer; Group Leader; 
Interfraternity Council; ROTC; Accounting Club. 
KNOPF, SUSAN REID, Dayton, Ohio. A.B., Mathe- 
matics; Gamma Phi Beta: Chorus; Women's Lacrosse; 
Tutorial Program. 

KNOWLTON, WARREN DECATUR, Reading, Massa- 
chusetts. B.S., Biology; Sigma Nu, Secretary; Group 
Leader; ROTC. 



KOCH. LARRY WAYNE, Richmond A.B , Business 
Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha, House Manager; 
Men's Dormitor)' Council. Dormitory Manager; Group 
Leader; Society for the Advancement of Management; 
Baptist Student Union. 

KOKOLSKI, GEORGE M.. JR., Lincoln, Rhode Island. 
A.B., History; Lambda Chi Alpha; Flat Hat. Newman 
Club. 

KOONS, JOSEPH ROBERT, Falls Church. A.B , Busi- 
ness Administration; Theta Delta Chi, President, Secre- 
tary; Interfraternity Council; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management; Football. 



KORNS, RICHARD E., Somerset, Pennsylvania. B.S., 
Physical Education; Sigma Nu P.E. Majors' Club; Foot- 
ball. 

KRONE, CAMILLE HOLMES, Hampton. A B., French; 
Orientation Sponsor; French Club; transferred from 
Christopher Newport College. 

KUHN, MARGARET NELL, Newport News. A.B., 
Education; Kappa Delta, House President; Chorus; 
Sailing Association; Baptist Student Union. 



KUSHINS, LAWRENCE GERALD, Flushing, New 
York. A.B., Mathematics; Men's Dormitory Council; 
Chemistry Club; Balfour-Hillel, Vice-President; Track 
and Cross Country Manager. 

LAIRD, NANCY KAY, Virginia Beach. B.S., Chemis- 
try. 

LANGHORST, SCOTT ALAN, Bethlehem, Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B., Psychology; Pi Lambda Phi; ROTC; Psy- 
chology Club, President. 




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Class of 1968 




LANTZ, HELEN JOYCE, Broadway. B.S., Biology, 
(Pre-Med); Colonial Echo; Young Republicans; Biology 
Club; Psychology Club; Christian P'ellowship, Secre- 
tary; Intramurals. 

LARMORE, DAVID WILSON. Richmond. A.B. Busi- 
ness Administration; Sigma Chi; Interfratemity Coun- 
cil; ROTC; Queen's Guard; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management. 

LARSON. STEPHEN RICHARD. Chilton. Wisconsin. 
A B . History; Pi Lambda Phi; Group Leader; Track; 
Cross Countr>'. 



LATSIOS. TERRE CHRISTINE, Alexandria. A.B., Eng- 
lish; Chi Omega; Backdrop Club; Orchesis; Cheer- 
leader. 

LEECH. MARTHA V., Roanoke. A.B., Sociology; 
WCWM. 
LEGG, SUSAN KAY, Arlington. A.B., Psychology. 




LEIMER. PAUL FREDERICK. Arlington. B.S., Phys- 
ics; Band; Young Democrats 

LETCHWORTH, DIANE MEREDITH. Hopewell. A.B., 
Fine Arts; Pi Beta Phi; Young Democrats; Newman 
Club. 

LETHAM, GLENN W., Falls Church A.B., Business 
Administration; Sigma Chi; Men's Dormitory Council, 
President; Student Bar Association; Political Science 
Forum; Society for the Advancement of Management. 



LILLYWHITE, DONALD P , Arlington. A.B., Business 
Administration; Kappa .Alpha; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management; Intramurals. 
LITTLEFIELD, PATRICIA GAIL, Orange, Texas. A.B., 
History; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Pi Delta Phi; Student 
Association; Mermettes, Vice-President; Women's 
Swimming Team; Intramurals. 

LIVINGSTONE, NEIL CONRAD, Helena, Montana. 
A.B., Government; Sigma Pi. Secretary. 



LOCK. WILLIAM JOSEPH, Des Plaines, Illinois. A.B., 
History; Circle K, Treasurer; Young Republicans; 
Young Americans for Freedom, Treasurer. 
LOETTERLE, LYNN. ELLEN, Springfield. B.S., Biol- 
ogy; Kappa Delta, Secretary; Biology Club; Lutheran 
Student Association. 

LOFTFIELD, THOMAS C. Chardon, Ohio. A B , His- 
tory; Flat Hat. Photography Editor; Sailing Association, 
Fleet Captain; Skin Diving Club, Secretar>-Treasurer. 



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Class of 1968 



LOIZZI, MICHELE, Portsmouth. A B., English: Phi 
Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; Orchesis, Busi- 
ness Manager, Vice-President; Newman Club; Gym- 
nastics Club. 

LOONEY, JANICE ELIZABETH, Newport News. 
A.B., Education; Kappa Alpha Theta; Orchesis; Stu- 
dent Education Association; Homecoming Court; Miss 
William and Mary Finalist; Military Ball Court. 
LOUD, ANN. Arlington. A.B , Education; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Delta Omicron, Treasurer; Choir, 
Student Conductor, Secretary-Treasurer; Chorus; 
Wesley Foundation, Deputations Chairman, Choir 
Director. 



LOUISE, ARTHUR ROBERT, Elmont, New York. 
B.S., Physics; Kappa Alpha; Interfraternity Council; 
Newman Club; Soccer, Captain; Freshman Football; 
Intramurals. 

LOWE, JAMES M., Williamsburg A.B., Government; 
Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha, President; De- 
bate Council; Tennis 

LOYD, ELEANOR JUANITA, York County. A.B., 
Mathematics; Flat Hat; Student Education Associa- 
tion; transferred from Bridgewater College. 



LUEBKE, WILLIAM C. Benton Harbor, Michigan. 
A.B., Geology; William and Mary Theatre; Sailing 
Association, Commodoi-e, Treasurer: Chess Club. 
LUKKARILA, SANDRA LEE, Leesburg. A.B., Psy- 
chology: Psychology Club: Wesley Foundation. 
LUKKARILA, SUZANNE CAROL, Leesburg A.B., 
Psychology: Psycholog>' Club: Canterbury Club. 



LUNSFORD, RICHARD EARLY. Falls Church B.S., 
Biology: Intramurals 

LUZADER, ALICE CECILIA ANN, Manassas. A.B., 
History: Chorus; Student Education Association; Can- 
terbury Club. 

LYNCH, DIANE CHRISTINE, Hampton. B.S., Biol- 
ogy: Christian Fellowship, Treasurer, Vice-President. 



LYONS, ANNE, Charlottesville. A.B.. English; Chi 
Omega, Rush Chairman. 

MADDEN, MICHAEL PAUL, Collingswood, New 
Jersey. A.B., History; Kappa Alpha, Vice-President, 
President; Interfraternity Council: Football, Co-Cap- 
tain 

MAHRU, EDDA JOAN, Newark, Delaware. A.B., 
French and Spanish; Alpha Chi Omega; Pi Delta 
Phi: Sigma Delta Pi, President; Colonial Echo; Sail- 
ing Association; French Club, Secretary; Newman 
Club. 








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MAINWARING, RICHARD ELDON KYNASTON, 
North Wales, Great Britain. A.B., Economics; WCWM; 
William and Mar>' Theatre: Backdrop Club; Sailing 
Association; International Circle. Treasurer: trans- 
ferred from Eton College. 

MAJETTE, DAVID LESLIE, Newport News. B.S.. 
Physics: Men's Dormitor>- Council. 
MANN, SUSIE PEGGY,' Maloaca. A.B., English: trans- 
ferred from American University. 



MARKWITH, MERLE GRACE, Haddonfield, New Jer- 
sey. B.S , Mathematics: Gamma Phi Beta, Crescent 
Correspondent: Phi Beta Kappa: Mortar Board; Alpha 
Lambda Delta: Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities; Pi Delta Epsilon; Abelian Society; Wom- 
en's Dormitory Council, Ludwell House President; Ori- 
entation Sponsor; Colonial Echo, Class Co-Editor: Tu- 
torial Program; Intramurals. 

MARLIN, KAREN ALANE. Seoul. Korea. A.B., Educa- 
tion: Chorus: Newman Club; transferred from Univer- 
sity of North Carolina. 

MARSELLA, JANE ANN, Danville. A.B., Psychology; 
Chorus; Sailing Association; Biology Club; Psychology 
Club. 



MASON. ROBERT. Atlanta. Georgia B S., Chemistry; 
Sigma Pi; Intramurals. 

MASSEY, MARILYN JOAN. Newport News. A.B., 
Education; Student Education Association; Psychology 
Club: Christian Fellowship; Lutheran Student Associa- 
tion, Secretary; Intramurals. 

MASTERS. JOSEPH JEROME. Mobile, Alabama. A.B., 
Modem Languages; Kappa Alpha: German Club: Foot- 
ball. 



MATHIS, GAYLE, Newport News. A.B., English; 
transferred from Christopher Newport College. 
MAURER. KEITH W . Neffsville. Pennsylvania. A.B., 
Physical Education: Lambda Chi .'\lpha; Mermettes; P.E. 
Majors' Club; Swimming, Co-Captain; Intramurals. 
MAY, ELIZABETH ANN, Virginia Beach. B.S., Biol- 
ogy; Biology Club; Canterbury Club. 



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MAYO, RUTH BURBANK, Suffolk. A.B., English: Chi 
Delta Phi; Colonial Echo: WCWM; Young Republicans: 
Sailing Association; Student Education A.ssociation: 
Women's Tennis. 

•MC AFEE, CHERYL ARCHER. Durham, North Caro- 
lina. A.B . Education: Kappa Alpha Theta: Young Re- 
publicans; Student Education .Association. 
MCCAULEY. JO LYNN. Falls Church A.B., Sociol- 
ogy; Student Association, Campus Chest Committee 
Co-Chairman: Orientation Sponsor; Tutorial Program; 
Women's Tennis: Intramurals. 



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MC CLAMMY, BARBARA JEAN, Richmond. 
A.B., Education; Sailing Association; Student 
Education Association; Baptist Student Union. 
MCCOLPIN, BECKI JO, Alexandria. A.B., 
English; Gamma Phi Beta; Chi Delta Phi: Ori- 
entation Sponsor; Women's Recreation Associa- 
tion, President; Chorus; Mermettes; Student 
Education Association; Newman Cluh; German 
Club; Women's Swimming Team, Captain, La- 
crosse; Intramurals. 



MCCOY, BARBARA ELLEN, Richmond B.S , 
Biology; Biolog>' Club. 

MCCOY, CATHERINE FRANCES, Washing- 
ton, DC. B.S., Topical Science; Young Republi- 
cans; Chemistry Club; Newman Club, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer; transferred from Trinity Col- 
lege. 



MCCOY, LARRY TODD, Hampton A B , Fme 

Arts. 

MC FADDEN, MICHAEL GREER, Alexandria. 

A B., English; Theta Delta Chi. 



MCGAUGHY, TIM WHITTUS, Columbus, 
Ohio. B.S., Chemistry; Pi Lambda Phi; Chemis- 
try Club, President; Freshman Baseball. 
MCGEHEE, JUDITH ANN, Bedford. A.B., 
Education; Women's Dormitory Council, Lan- 
drum Dormitory President; Student Education 
Association; Newman Club; Women's Basket- 
ball; Intramurals. 



MCGRAIME, DOUGLAS MORTON, White 
Plains, New York A.B., Business Administra- 
tion; Choir; Accounting Club. 
MCKAIN, RODGER WILLIAMS, III, Lima, 
Ohio. B.S., Chemistry; Sigma Phi Epsilon; 
Men's Dormitory Council; ROTC; Chemistry 
Club; Westminster Fellowship; Cross Country; 
Indoor Track; Outdoor Track. 








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MCKITTRICK, RICHARD ALAN, Crete. Illi- 
nois. A.B., History; Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice- 
President; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities; Pi Delta Epsilon: General Co-op- 
erative Committee; Student Association; Presi- 
dent's Aide; Men's Dormitory Council; Group 
Leader; Publications Committee; Flat Hat, Edi- 
tor-in-Chief, Feature Editor, Editorial Asso- 
ciate; Student Activities Fee Committee; 
ROTC; Scabbard and Blade; Lyon G. Tyler His- 
torical Society; Omicron Delta Kappa Out- 
standing Sophomore; Parents' Day Committee, 
Chairman. 

MCNEILL, SANDRA W., Birmingham, Michi- 
gan. B.A., Government; Pi Beta Phi; Mer- 
mettes. 



MEDLIN, JOHN DAVIS, Fairfax. A.B., Eco- 
nomics; Kappa Sigma: Baseball. 
METZ, CANDY LEE, Williamsburg. A.B., Gov- 
ernment; Phi Mu, Rush Chairman; Young Re- 
publicans; Political Science Forum. 



MEYERSON, ROBERT B., Arlington. AB, 
Theatre and Speech; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Pi 
Delta Epsilon; Theta Alpha Phi; WCWM, 
Sports Director; ROTC; Swimming. 
MICHAEL, JEAN ELLEN, Blacksburg. A.B., 
French; Kappa Delta, Vice-President; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Pi Delta Phi; Colonial Echo; 
French Club; Greek Weekend Court. 



MILHAM, JEFFREY ALAN, Jamestown, New 
York. AB , Fine Arts; Choir; Alpha Phi Ome- 
ga, Corresponding Secretary; Committee on 
Arts and Lectures. 

MILLER, MARY LOUISE, Winter Park, Flor- 
ida. A.B., Jurisprudence; Chi Omega, Secre- 
tary; Orientation Sponsor; Backdrop Club; Cho- 
rus; Political Science Forum. 



MILLER, MARY SUZANNE, Springfield. AB , 
Government; Phi Mu, Chaplain; William and 
Mary Theatre; Chorus; Young Democrats; Sail- 
ing Association; Political Science Forum, Secre- 
tary; Newman Club, Province Vice-President. 
MILLER, SUZANNE LEE, Tampa, Florida. 
B.S., Mathematics; Kappa Delta, Pledge Class 
President, Treasurer; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Treasurer; Abelian Society, 
President; Student Association; Westminster 
Fellowship; Merit Scholar. 




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MILLER, WILLIAM FREDERICK, Severna Park, 

Maryland. A.B., Government; Phi Kappa Tau: ROTC; 

Young Democrats; Intramurals 

MILLICAN, GLENN THOMAS, JR., Victoria. A.B., 

English and Fine Arts; Phi Kappa Tau; WCWM; 

Freshman Rifle Team; Intramurals. 

MILLING, BERT WILLIAM, JR., Mobile, Alabama. 

A.B., Philosophy; Kappa Sigma; Freshman Football. 



MILLIREN, PATRICIA ANN, Seaford, Delaware. 
B.S., Biology; Mortar Board, Historian; Alpha 
Lambda Delta, President; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities; Women's Dormitory Coun- 
cil, Barrett Dormitory President; Orientation Sponsor; 
Sailing Association; French Club; Biology Club 
MIMS, DIANE SHIRLEY, Harrisonburg. A.B., Sociol- 
ogy; Chi Omega; Student Association: Orientation 
Sponsor; Flat Hat; Sailing Association; Tutorial Pro- 
gram. 

MINTON, JULIA GAYE, Bedford A.B., Sociology; 
Chorus; Baptist Student Union, Secretary, Social 
Chairman; The Forge, Personnel Chairman; Parents' 
Day Committee, Registration Co-Chairman. 

MOBERG, ALICE DIANA, McLean A.B., History; 
Phi Mu. President; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Orientation Sponsor; Young Republicans, Sec- 
retary; Student Education Association; Political Sci- 
ence Forum; Lutheran Student Association. Secre- 
tary, President. 

MOLNAR. MARY NORTHCOTT, Farmville. AB. 
History; WCWM; Band 

MORRISEY, SUSAN, Arlington. A.B., Philosophy; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pledge Class President, Sec- 
ond Vice-President; Pi Delta Phi; Student Associa- 
tion; Orientation Sponsor; Flat Hat: Debate Council; 
French Club; Women's Lacrosse; Parents' Day Com- 
mittee, Entertainment Chairman. 



MORRISON, SANDRA GAY, Winchester. B.S., Topi- 
cal Science; Kappa Delta; Student Association; Colo- 
nial Echo: Flat Hat: Student Education Association. 
MORSCH, NORA ANN, Lenoir, North Carolina. 
AB., English; Delta Delta Delta; Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities; General Co-op- 
erative Committee; Student Association; Women's 
Dormitory Council; Panhellenic Council, President. 
MOTLEY, HUGHES LEROY, Richmond. A B , Math- 
ematics. 



MUELLER, JOHN MALCOLM, Springfield. B.S., 
Biology; Sigma Chi: Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Eta 
Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer; Merit Scholar. 
MUELLER, RICHARD DALE, Newport News. AB . 
Business Administration; Kappa Alpha; ROTC; Scab- 
bard and Blade. 

MULCAHY, VERONICA JOY, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A B., French; Phi Mu; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi 
Delta Phi, Vice-President: Orientation Sponsor; 
Choir; Chorus; Westminster Fellowship. 








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128 SENIORS 







MYERS, JANE EILEEN, Spring Grove, Penn- 
sylvania A B . Mathematics; Psychology Club 
NELSON, ANNE CARTER, Richmond. B.S.. 
Mathematics; Orientation Sponsor; Choir; Cho- 
rus; Sailing Association. 



NETHKEN, ELEANOR ANNE, Staunton B.S., 
Biology; Chorus; Sailing Association; Biology 
Club; Christian Fellowship; Tutorial Program. 
NEWSOME, BETTY BRUCE, Portsmouth. 
A.B., History; Kappa Delta; Flat Hat; Chorus. 



NICKERSON, PETER REARDEN, Newport 
News. A.B., Philosophy; Men's Dormitory 
Council, Dormitory Manager 
NODEN, PATRICIA ANN, Virginia Beach. 
A.B., Education; Student Education Associa- 
tion. 



NOLO. BARBARA LOUISE, Winchester. A.B., 
Spanish; Kappa Delta; Choir; Chorus. 
NORMAN, JOHN LAWRENCE, Kensington, 
Maryland A.B., Business Administration; 
Group Leader; William and Mary Theatre; Ac- 
counting Club. 



NORTON, SANDRA ROBERTSON, Pulaski. 
A.B., French; Chi Omega; Orientation Sponsor: 
Colonial Echo; French Club; Tutorial Program; 
Intramurals 

NYLANDER, KAREN ELIZABETH, Acton, 
Massachusetts. A.B , English; Delta Delta Del- 
ta, House President; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Mermettes; Intramurals. 



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GATES, NANCY CHRISTINE, Norfolk. 
B.S., Chemistry; Abelian Society; Student 
Association; Orientation Sponsor; Chemistry 
Club, Secretary-Treasurer. 
OBENCHAIN, JEANNE ALICE, Falls 
Church. A.B., English; Kappa Delta; Delta 
Omicron; Pi Delta Phi; Flat Hal- Choir; 
Chorus; Wesley Foundation. 



OCONNER, RICHARD ALLAN, Washing- 
ton. DC A B , Sociology and Anthropology; 
Sigma Chi: Political Science Forum 
OETJEN, KAREN ANN, Virginia Beach 
A.B., Fine Arts; Delta Delta Delta, Rush 
Chairman. 



O'FLAHERTY, IAN MICHAEL, Falls 
Church. A.B., Economics; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Eta Sigma Phi; Men's Dormitory Council, 
Dormitor\' Manager; Group Leader; ROTC; 
Scabbard and Blade; Queen's Guard. 
O'GRADY, JUDITH KATHLEEN. Rich- 
mond B.S.. Biology; Gamma Phi Beta; 
Theta Alpha Phi; William and Mary Thea- 
tre. 



OLDFIELD, GEORGE SAMUEL, JR., West- 
field, New Jersey. A.B., Economics; Pi 
Lambda Phi, Historian, House Manager; 
ROTC 

OLIVER, BRUCE ANTHONY, Staunton. 
A.B., Sociology'; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities; Pi Delta Epsilon; Student Associa- 
tion, Executive Council; Men's Dormitory 
Council, Dormitory Manager; Group Leader; 
Colonial Echo: Flat Hat. Technical Editor, 
Associate Editor, Managing Editor; New- 
man Club, Vice-F*resident; Senior Class 
Vice-President; Virginia Association of Stu- 
dent Governments News. Editor-in-Chief; 
Intramurals. 

OLSEN, RICHARD JOHN, Indian Head, 
Maryland. A.B., Economics; Men's Dormi- 
tory Council, Old Dominion Dormitorv- Pres- 
ident, Dormitory Manager; Young Republi- 
cans; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement; Newman Club, President; Chess 
Club; Cross Country; Track: Intramurals. 
OSBORNE, KERMIT JAMES, Chesapeake. 
A.B., Business Administration; Theta Delta 
Chi, Treasurer; Student Association: Men's 
Dormitory Council; Accounting Club: So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management; 
Baptist Student Union. 








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Class of 1968 




OSTROW, WILLIAM JEFFREY, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B., History; Flat Hat; William and Mary Re- 
view: Balfour-HilleL 

OTOOLE, TERRANCE JO, Monessen, Pennsylvania. 
A.B., Education; Sigma Nu; Student Education Associa- 
tion; Christian Fellowship; Football. 
OWENS, RICHARD HAMILTON, Silver Spring, Mary- 
land. A.B., History; Phi Mu Alpha; Student Associa- 
tion; Group Leader; Colonial Echo; William and Mary 
Theatre; Choir; Sailing Association. 



PALMER, MARGARET ANN, Taipei, Taiwan. A.B., 
English; Alpha Lambda Delta; Chi Delta Phi. 
PASCHALL, PHILIP DANDRIGE, Williamsburg A.B., 
Ancient Languages; Kappa Sigma; Eta Sigma Phi; 
Group Leader; transferred from Hampden-Sydney Col- 
lege. 

PATE, VIRGINIA KENNON. Havre de Grace, Mary- 
land. A.B., English; Chi Omega, Vice-President; Orien- 
tation Sponsor; WCWM. 



PATTERSON, SHANNON KAY, Falls Church. A.B., 
Fine Arts; William and Mary Review. 
PEACOCK, DANIEL BRAISTED, Fairfax B.S., Biol- 
ogy; Christian Fellowship 

PEARCE. SUZANNE PETTIT, Petersburg. A.B.. Eng- 
lish; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities; President's Aide; Women's 
Honor Council, Secretary, Chairman; Freshman Cheer- 
leader; Homecoming Court; Military Ball Court. 



PEARN, CAROL ELIZABETH, Roanoke. A.B., Educa- 
tion; Gamma Phi Beta; Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary; Pi 
Delta Phi; Choir; Chorus; Wesley Foundation, Secre- 
tary; Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. 

PECA, BEATRICE ANN, Akron, Ohio A.B., Sociology 
and Anthropology'; Kappa Kappa Gamma, First Vice- 
President; Pi Delta Epsilon; Orientation Sponsor; Colo- 
nial Echo, Business Manager, Associate Editor; Back- 
drop Club, Secretary, Treasurer: Newman Club, Pro- 
gram Chairman 

PEERY, CAROLYN, Cedar Bluff. A.B., Sociology; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Mermettes, Co-Chairman. 





PENDLETON, JULIANA, Woodstock. A.B., Latin; Eta 
Sigma Phi, Secretary. President; Chorus; Wesley Foun- 
dation. 

PENN. ROBERT HUBARD, Stuart AB. German; 
German Club. 

PEPPER, SUSAN LENNOX, Colonial Beach. A.B., 
Education. 



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Class of 1968 



PERKEY, MARY EVELYN, Washington, DC. A.B., 

Government; transferred from College of The Sacred 

Heart 

PERNICE. JANET LYNN, Springfield. A.B., English. 

PETERS, KATHERINE YVONNE, Hampton. B.S., 

Mathematics; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; 

Abelian Society; Christian Fellowship. 



PETRILLO, ROSALIE GAIL. Moorestown, New Jer- 
sey. A.B., Education; Gamma Phi Beta. House Presi- 
dent; Orientation Sponsor; Student Education Asso- 
ciation; Newman Club; Intramurals 
PHILLIPS. ELLEN ALLSWORTH, Chase City A.B., 
English; Phi Mu; Delta Omicron; William and Mary 
Theatre; Choir; Chorus; Committee on Concerts and 
Lectures 

PHILLIPS, RONALD WAGNER. Richmond AB. 
Philosophy; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Wrestling. 



PICZAK. KARI JEAN. Chester A B . French; New- 
man Club. 

PITTARD. ALICE YVONNE. McLean. A.B., History; 
Orientation Sponsor; Student Education Association; 
Baptist Student Union; Christian Fellowship; Tutorial 
Program. 

PIXTON, HEIDI ELIZABETH, Fort Hood, Texas. 
A.B., Psychology; Psi Chi; WCWM; William and 
Mary Theatre; Sailing Association; Psychology Club. 



POLLOCK. ELIZABETH ANNE. Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania. A.B.. Education; Canterbury Club. 
POLLOK, WILLIAM REID. Norfolk. A B., Business 
Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon; ROTC 
POND, GERTRUDE ELIZABETH, Portsmouth A B , 
English; Student Education Association. 



POND, JUDITH ANN, Whitefish, Montana AB , 
Education; Kappa Alpha Theta; Christian Science 
Organization; Miss William and Mary Finalist; 
transferred from Radford College. 

PORTER, SUSAN BARTLETT, Newport. Rhode Is- 
land AB . English; Alpha Chi Omega, House Presi- 
dent; Women's Dormitory Council; Orchesis. 
POSTON, LINDA ELIZABETH, Norton A.B., Educa- 
tion; Student Education Association; Psychology 
Club; Christian Fellowship. 




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POWELL. TERESA ALLYN, Rocky Mount. A.B , Soci- 
ology. 

POWERS, THOMAS J., JR., Portsmouth. B.S., Biology 
(Pre-Med); Phi Eta Sigma, Secretary, Senior Advisor; 
Group Leader; Biology Club; Baptist Student Union. 
PRETTY, MARY BETH. Danville A.B., Education; Pi 
Beta Phi; Student Education Association; Tutorial Pro- 
gram; Intramurals. 



PRICE. CYNTHIA DUSTER, Roanoke. A.B., Educa- 
tion; Chi Omega. 

PRICE, SANDRA TAYLOR, Springfield. A.B., Psychol- 
ogy; Psi Chi; Sailing Association; Psychology Club. 
PRICE. WILLIAM H., Martinsville A.b!, Sociology; 
Keplar; Colonial Echo: Band. 



PRIEBE, NANCY JEAN, Rock Island, Illinois. A.B., 
History; Pi Beta Phi, Vice-President; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; Orientation Sponsor; WCWM; 
Mermettes; Sailing Association. 

PROVINCE. RITA MAY. Bridgeville. Pennsylvania. 
A.B.. Education; Kappa Delta; Orientation Sponsor; 
Flat Hat: Chorus; Student Education Association; Psy- 
chology Club. 

PUGH, ELLEN ANN, Martinsburg. West Virginia. 
A.B., History; Phi Mu; Orientation Sponsor; Greek 
Weekend Court. 




PUGH, GERALD FOSTER. Richmond. A.B.. Business 
Administration; Sigma Chi; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, Vice-President. 
PUHN, HENRY MICHAEL, New York, New York. 
B.S., Physics; Balfour-Hillel. 

PURSIFULL, SHARON ANNE. Newport News. B.S.. 
Mathematics; Kappa Alpha Theta; Orientation Spon- 
sor. 



RAGSDALE, STANLEY OVERBY, Narrows AB, 
Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Colonial 
Echo: Society for the Advancement of Management. 
RAMOS, ERNEST DAVID, Hampton. A.B., Psychology: 
Pi Lambda Phi, Pledge Class President; Men's Dormi- 
tory Council; Group Leader; ROTC; Queen's Guard, 
Staff Officer; Psychology Club; Newman Club; Wres- 
tling; Intramurals; Distinguished Military Student 
RANDALL, MARY MARGARET. Easton. Maryland 
A.B.. Sociology; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Pi Delta Epsi- 
lon; Orientation Sponsor; Colonial Echo, Index Editor; 
Newman Club. 



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Class of 1968 



RAU, DIANE MARIE, Williamsburg. A.B., Music: Phi 
Mu: Delta Omicron; Chorus. 

RAWL, EDGAR H., Ill, Portsmouth. A.B., History; Pi 
Lambda Phi; Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha; De- 
bate Council; ROTC. 

READ, FRANCES, Alexandria. A.B., Fine Arts; Pi 
Beta Phi, Historian; William and Man' Review, Art 
Editor. 



READ. VICTORIA ANNE. Kent, Ohio. A.B , German; 

Phi Mu. Historian. Junior Panhellenic Representative; 

Chi Delta Phi; Eta Sigma Phi, Secretary; French Club; 

German Club, President. 

REAVELY, THOMAS STEVENS, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. 

A.B., Government; Sigma Pi, Vice-President; Men's 

Dormitorj' Council, Dormitory President; Interfratem- 

ity Council; ROTC. 

REED, EMERY ARNOLD, JR., Falls Church. A.B., 

Psychology; Psychology Club. 



REEDER, MICHAEL C , Williamsburg. B.S , Physics. 
REEVE. ANDREW RICKARDS, Williamsburg. A.B., 
English; Backdrop Club; Queen's Guard. 
REEVE, MIRIAM LEIGH, Chantilly A.B., Education; 
Backdrop Club; Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society; Tu- 
torial Program; Intramurals. 



REX, JUDITH NAN, Newport News. A.B., Education; 
Chorus; Student Education Association; Lutheran Stu- 
dent Association, Treasurer. 

RICE, REBECCA HESS, Tillar, Arkansas. A.B., 
French; Phi Mu, Vice-President; Pi Delta Phi; Student 
Association; French Club. 

RICHARDSON, CAROL LYNNE, Arlington. A.B., 
Mathematics; Alpha Chi Omega, Treasurer; Delta 
Omicron; Pi Delta Phi; Abelian Society, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Choir; Chorus; Young Republicans, Trea- 
surer; Political Science Forum. 



RICHELS, RICHARD GAYLE, Norfolk. B.S., Physics; 
Pi Lambda Phi, President; Group Leader; Flat Hat. 
Advertising Manager. 

RIDOUT, ROBERT REASER. Richmond. B.S.. Mathe- 
matics; Pi Lambda Phi, House Manager; Flat Hat. Cir- 
culation Manager. 

RILEY, DIANE ELAINE, Boca Raton, Florida. A.B., 
Sociologj- and Anthropology; Delta Delta Delta, Trident 
Correspondent; Colonial Echo: Chorus. 








134 SENIORS 








RIPLEY, ELIZABETH ANN. Lynchburg. 

A.B., History. Choir; Chorus: Student 

Education Association. 

RITCHIE, PAUL JAMES, Wilhamsburg. 

A.B., Government; William and Mary 

Theatre; ROTC; Queen's Guard; Newman 

Club. 



ROBERTS, ANNE CAROL. Lynchburg. 
A B.. Education; Chi Omega; Orientation 
Sponsor; Colonial Echo: Sweetheart of 
Theta Delta Chi. 

ROBERTS, BARRIE LYNN, Port Chester, 
New York. A.B., History; Sigma Delta Pi; 
Chorus; Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society; 
Tutorial Program. 



ROBERTS. DONALD L., Williamsburg. 
B.S., Physics; Sigma Chi, Historian. 
ROBERTS, LAUREL VIRGINIA, Alexan- 
dria. A.B., Music; Delta Omicron; Chorus; 
Mermettes, Historian, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Women's Swimming Team. 



ROBERTSON, DONALD B., Levittown, 

Pennsylvania. B.S., Mathematics; Kappa 

Sigma, Rush Chairman, Vice-President; 

Student Association; Football. 

ROBINS, BERNARD E., Achilles. A.B., 

Education; transferred from University of 

Richmond. 



ROLLER, CAROL ELIZABETH, Williams- 
burg. A.B., French; Flat Hat: Student Educa- 
tion Association; French Club. 
ROTH, FREDERICK PAUL, New York, 
New York. A.B., History; Pi Lambda Phi; 
Group Leader. 





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ROW. STEPHEN EDWARD, Williamsburg. A.B., His- 
tory; Sigma Chi; Colonial Echo, Sports Editor; Flat Hat: 
WCWM; Indian Mascot; Soccer; Baseball; Pi Delta Ep- 
silon. 

ROWELL, THOMASINE ELIZABETH, Newport News. 
A.B., History; Student Education Association. 
ROYALL, WILLIAM ELLSWORTH, Williamsburg. 
B S., Physics; Phi Mu Alpha, Historian, Alumni Secre- 
tary; Band. 



RUBIN, KENNETH STEVEN. New York, New York. 
A.B., Psycholog}'; Mens Dormitory Council; Psychology 
Club, Treasurer; Balfour-Hillel, Treasurer, President. 
RUSSELL, ROBIN LOUISE, Alexandria. A.B., English; 
Chi Delta Phi, Treasurer, Vice-President, President; 
Intramurals. 

RUTLEDGE, DAVID WHITT. Newport News. A.B.. 
Philosophy; Omicron Delta Kappa, Outstanding Sopho- 
more; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- 
ties; General Cooperative Committee; Student Associa- 
tion; President's Aide; Men's Honor Council, Secretarv', 
Chairman; Men's Dormitory Council; Group Leader; 
Choir; Baptist Student Union, Treasurer, Vice-President, 
President 



RUTTER, PRISCILLA ANNE, Martinsville. A B., Edu- 
cation; Colonial Echo: Student Education Association; 
Lutheran Student Association. 

SAFFOLD, GORDON E., Saltville. A.B., Business 
Administration; Pi Lambda Phi, Treasurer; Flat Hat, 
Business Manager. 

SALE, JO CAROL, Richmond. A.B., Sociology; Student 
Association; WCWM, Director of Traffic and Continu- 
ity; William and Mary Theatre; Young Republicans; 
Baptist Student Union; Christian Fellowship; Newman 
Club; Hockey, Captain; Intramurals. 



SALEH, JAHANGIER, Tehran, Iran. A.B., Economics; 
Pi Lambda Phi, Chaplain. 

SAMMONS. MACON C . JR., Shawsville A.B , Fine 
Arts; WCWM; Band; Wesley Foundation; Intramurals. 
SAMPSON, SHARON LEIGH, Reedville A B., Psychol- 
ogy; Psychology Club, Secretary. 



SAMUEL, JOHN B, Richmond B.S , Chemistry; 
Chemistry Club. 

SANDERS, DONALD POWELL, Wintersville. Ohio. 
B.S., Biology; Pi Lambda Phi; Student Association; 
Men's Dormitory Council; Group Leader. 
SANTILLI, GAIL COURSEY, Arlington, B.S., Physics; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Pi Sigma, Treasurer; Cho- 
rus; Wesley Foundation, President. 




136 SENIORS 




SANTORE, CHARLES JOSEPH, South Hill. B.S., Biol- 
og>': Men's Dormitorj' Council, Dormitorj' Manager; 
Group Leader; Choir; Biology Club, Treasurer; Chris- 
tian Fellowship; Newman Club. 

SATER, MARSHA JEAN, Martinsville. A.B., Mathe- 
matics; Phi Mu, Treasurer; Colonial Echo: Balfour-Hil- 
lel 

SAULNIER, MARGARET LOUISE, Silver Spring, 
Maryland. B.S., Mathematics; Chi Omega; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Abelian Society, Executive Committee; 
Orientation Sponsor; Majorettes; Newman Club. 



SAUNDERS, JAMES E., Waynesboro. B.S., Chemistrj-; 
Kappa Alpha. 

SAWICK, KERRY ANN, Norfolk. B.S., Mathematics; 
Mortar Board, Treasurer: Alpha Lambda Delta; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities; Pi Delta 
Epsilon; Abelian Society; Student Association; Orienta- 
tion Sponsor, Assistant Head Sponsor, Head Sponsor; 
Publications Committee, Chairman; Flat Hat, News 
Editor, Associate Editor; WCWM; Newman Club; Par- 
ents' Day Committee. Assistant Chairman 
SCHEID, RICHARD ARTHUR, Arlmgton. B.S., Chem- 
istry; Theta Delta Chi, Secretary; Chemistry Club. 



SCHNEBLI, GERI MARIE, Arlington. B.S., Mathemat- 
ics; Alpha Chi Omega; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Secretarv'; Abelian Society; Newman Club. 
SCHOFER. CAROL ANNE, Virginia Beach. B.S., 
Mathematics; William and Mar>' Theatre; Backdrop 
Club; Orchesis; Women's Lacrosse. 

SCHWARTZ, BARBARA ANN, Nashville, Tennessee. 
B.S., Mathematics; Delta Delta Delta; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Colonial Echo: Flat Hat. 



SCOTT, BETTE SUZANNE, Falls Church. A.B., Math- 
ematics; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Colonial Echo, Layout Editor; Student 
Education Association; Abelian Society; Canterbury 
Club; Intramurals. 

SCOTT, DOROTHY CARROLL, Deltaville. A.B.. Eng- 
lish; Delta Omicron. Historian, First Vice-President, 
President; Chorus; Wesley Foundation. 
SCOTT. PAUL ALVIN. Fairfax. A.B., Philosophy; 
Young Republicans, Treasurer, President: Wesley 
Foundation; Philosophy Club: Gymnastics. 



SCRUGGS, SUSAN WRAY, Quantico. A.B., Sociology; 
Chi Delta Phi, Secretary; Orchesis; Tutorial Program; 
transferred from Texas Christian University. 
SEALE, NANCY DIANE, Annandale A B , Sociologj': 
Delta Delta Delta; Student Association; Junior Class 
Secretary -Treasurer. 

SEAVER. ELIZABETH ROSS, McLean. A.B.. Philoso- 
phy; Pi Delta Epsilon; Chi Delta Phi; William and 
Mary Review. Secretary. Associate Editor; Chorus; Stu- 
dent Bar Association; Sailing Association. 



SENIORS 137 



SEDLACEK, JAROLD JOSEPH, Valley Forge. Penn- 
sylvania. A.B.. Business Administration; Phi Kappa 
Tau, Chaplain; William and Mary Theatre; Society for 
the Advancement of Management, President; Fellow- 
ship of Christian Athletes; Football. 
SEE. THOMAS F., Winchester. A.B., Business Admin- 
istration; Kappa Alpha; ROTC; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management; Intramurals; Men's Dormi- 
tory Council. 

SEIBERT, WILLIAM G., JR., St. Louis, Missouri. A.B., 
History; Theta Delta Chi, Corresponding Secretary; Phi 
Beta Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma, 
President; Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities; Pi Delta Epsilon; Pi Delta Phi; President's 
Aide; Group Leader; Publications Committee; William 
and Mary Rei-iew, Editor; Student Activities Fee Com- 
mittee; Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society, President; 
Christian Science Organization, Treasurer. 

SELF, FRANCES ANN, Wayne, Pennsylvania. A.B., 
History. 

SEWARD, VIRGINIA RIVES. Norfolk A B , French; 
Chi Omega; Pi Delta Phi; Student Education Associa- 
tion; French Club 

SHAFER. SUSAN VIRGINIA. Louisville, Kentucky. 
A.B., Education; Kappa Delta; Colonial Echo: Chorus; 
French Club; Biology Club; Intramurals. 




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SHAIA, MARY ANN, Richmond. A.B , English; Pi 
Beta Phi, Historian; Colonial Echo: Newman Club 
SHAW, MARTHA IRWIN, Glenshaw, Pennsylvania. 
A.B., French; Alpha Chi Omega, President; Pi Delta 
Phi, Secretary; Student Association; Panhellenic Coun- 
cil; Colonial Echo: French Club; Greek Weekend Court. 
SHAY, JOHN ROBERT, Alexandria. A.B., Business 
Administration; Kappa Alpha, Vice-President; ROTC; 
Society for the Advancement of Management; Football. 



SHEA, NORBERT JOHN, Washington, DC. A B., Psy- 
chology; Kappa Sigma; ROTC; Psychology Club; Foot- 
ball. 

SHELBURNE, WALTER, Bristol B.S., Biology. 
SHORTELL, BRIAN STEPHEN, Alexandria A.B., 
Economics; Kappa Alpha. Rush Chairman; Newman 
Club. 



SHORTER, ELLEN, Richmond. A.B., Education; Alpha 
Chi Omega; Phi Beta Kappa; Kappa Delta Pi, Trea- 
surer; Women's Dormitory Council, Jefferson Counse- 
lor; Mermettes; Young Republicans; Student Education 
Association. 

SHREEVES, CHARLES EDWARD, Newport News. 
A.B., Ancient Languages; Eta Sigma Phi; transferred 
from University of Virginia. 

SIGAFOES, WILLIAM HOWARD, Williamsburg. A B., 
English; Phi Kappa Tau; Band. 












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SIKORA, BARBARA ANNE, Poquoson. A.B., Sociologj' 
and Anthropology; transferred from Christopher New- 
port College. 

SIKORSKI, RICHARD ELWOOD, Stratford, Connecti- 
cut. A.B., Business Administration; Kappa Alpha, 
Treasurer; Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment; Newman Club; Football 

SLIGHT, FREDRIC WENDELL, Alexandria. A.B., 
Government; Kappa Sigma, House Manager; Group 
Leader, Head Group Leader; Young Democrats; Politi- 
cal Science Forum; Intramurals; transferred from Bridge- 
water College. 



SLOTNICK, STEPHEN LEE, Irwm, Pennsylvania. 
A.B., Physical Education; Sigma Nu, Treasurer; Foot- 
ball. 

SMALLWOOD, ANN NUCKOLS, Newport News. A.B., 
Education; Student Education Association; transferred 
from Christopher Newport College. 

SMALLWOOD, FREDERICK B . Newport News. A B., 
History; WCWM: Baptist Student Union; transferred 
from Christopher Newport College. 



SMITH. ANNE ELIZABETH. Charles City. A.B., Fine 
Arts. 

SMITH, CAROL LEE, Alexandria. A.B.. Government; 
Delta Delta Delta; Women's Dormitor>- Council. Barrett 
Dormitory President; Majorettes. 

SMITH, FRANK EDWARD, Williamsburg. A.B., Soci- 
ology; Kappa Sigma; Group Leader; transferred from 
Saint Bernard College. 



SMITH, KENNETH ELWOOD, JR., Richmond. B.S.. 
Psychology; Phi Kappa Tau; Group Leader; Colonial 
Echo. 

SMITH. RICHARD MEREDITH, Alexandria. A.B., 
Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Student 
As.sociation; Colonial Echo: Young Republicans; Sailing 
Association; Accounting Club; Society for the .Advance- 
ment of Management; Newman Club; Intramurals; 
transferred from Old Dominion College. 
SMITH, SANDRA LEE, Newport News. A.B., Educa- 
tion; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Orientation Sponsor; 
Cheerleader; Student Education Association. 



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SMITH, SANUKA LYNNE, Tallahassee, 
Florida. A B., Mathematics; Kappa Alpha 
Theta; Student Education Association. 
SMITH, WILLIAM MORGAN, II, Cumber- 
land. A.B., Government; Colonial Echo; 
Young Democrats; Young Republicans. 




SMYTH, LARRY DOUGLAS, Alliance, 
Ohio. A.B., Business Administration; 
Sigma Chi; Accounting Club. 
SNEAD, CHARLES GILLETT, Newport 
News. A.B., Education; Band; transferred 
from Newport College. 



SNEDEGAR, SUZANNE MARIE, Elkins, 
West Virginia A.B., History; Women's 
Dormitory Council, Ludwell House Presi- 
dent; Orientation Sponsor; Young Demo- 
crats; French Club; Political Science 
Forum. 

SNYDER, STEPHEN MICHAEL, Arling- 
ton. A.B., History; Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Corresponding Secretary; ROTC; Newman 
Club; Freshman Football. 




SOCHA, GERALDINE T., Cicero, Illinois. 

A B , Education. 

SOMERS, WILLIAM ALAN, Lynchburg. 

B.S., Chemistry; Young Republicans; 

Chemistry Club; Balfour-Hillel, Treasurer; 

Baseball. 



SORRELL, LINDA, Rocky Mount, North 
Carolina. A.B , French; Gamma Phi Beta; 
Chorus; French Club, Vice-President; 
Christian Fellowship. 

SPAIN, THOMAS LINWOOD, Richmond. 
B.S., Mathematics; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Corresponding Secretary, House Manager. 




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SPEARS, CAROL IRENE. Williamsburg. A.B.. French; 
Pi Delta Phi; French Club. 

SPEARS, NANCY JEAN. Alexandria. A.B.. Music; 
Delta Omicron. Secretary, President; Choir. 
SPELL, LAWRENCE STROUD, Arlington. A.B., Math- 
ematics; Sigma Phi Epsilon; William and Mary Thea- 
tre; Backdrop Club. 



SPIGGLE, SUSAN, Roanoke. A.B., Geology; Sailing 
Association; Women's Lacrosse. 

STANCIL, JO LYNNE, Highland Springs. A.B., Educa- 
tion; Pi Beta Phi, Treasurer; Pi Delta Epsilon; Kappa 
Delta Pi, President; Colonial Echo, Organization Edi- 
tor, Sorority Editor; Student Education Association, 
Secretary -Treasurer. 

STANCE, PATRICK WILLIAM, Falls Church. A.B., 
Psychology; Flat Hal: Psychologj' Club; Newman Club; 
Cross Country; Track. 



STEIB, BARTHOLOMEW JAMES. Arlington. A.B., 
Physical Education; Pi Kappa Alpha; ROTC; P.E. Ma- 
jors' Club; Baseball; Basketball. 

STEINHOFF. JEFFREY CARSON, Arlington. A.B., 
Business Administration; Sigma Pi: Accounting Club. 
STEPHENSON, WILLIAM ROBERT, JR., Los Angeles, 
California. A.B., Business Administration; Kappa 
Sigma; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- 
ties; General Cooperative Committee; Group Leader: 
Interfraternity Council, President, Rush Chairman: 
Accounting Club; Freshman Basketball; Freshman 
Track. 



STICKEL, LINDA MAY. Fairfax. A.B.. French; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Pi Delta Phi; Orientation Sponsor; 
French Club; Women's Hockey. 

STOHNER, GEORGE ALAN, Moorestown, New Jersey. 
A.B., Economics; Kappa Sigma; ROTC; Freshman Foot- 
ball; Freshman Baseball. 

STONE, MARSHALL DAVID, Williamsburg. B.S., 
Chemistry; Track. 



STOUT, JAMES WESLEY, Pulaski A.B., Business 
Administration: Phi Kappa Tau, President; Group 
Leader; Interfraternity Council: ROTC; Freshman Foot- 
ball; Intramurals. 

STOUT, JOSEPH TOBIAS. Cranford. New Jersey. 
A.B.. Sociology; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice-President. 
STOWE. BARBARA ADAIR, Lynchburg. A.B.. Educa- 
tion; Student Education Association. 



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STRANGE, ALLISON GORDON, Florence, South 
Carolina. A.B.. Fine Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 
STRATTON, JUDITH M., Alexandria. A.B., Psychol- 
ogy; Kappa Alpha Theta. Rush Chairman, President; 
Miss William and Mary Finalist; Greek Weekend 
Court; Sweetheart of Kappa Alpha. 
STRICKLAND, JUNE ROSE, Zuni. B.S., Biology; 
Westminster Fellowship; Committee on Arts and 
Lectures; transferred from East Carolina University, 



STROUBE, ROBERT BRUCE, Alexandria. B.S., Biol- 
ogy. 

STURGES, ELIZABETH M., New Canaan, Connecti- 
cut. A.B., History; Gamma Phi Beta, Historian; Ori- 
entation Sponsor; WCWM, Publicity Director; Wil- 
liam and Mary Theatre; Backdrop Club; Chorus; 
Young Republicans; Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society. 
SULLIVAN. MARY JANE, Stoughton, Massachu- 
setts. A.B., Philosophy; Sailing Association; Student 
Education Association; Newman Club; Women's La- 
crosse. 



SULLIVAN, ROL A., New Market, Maryland. A.B., 
Fine Arts; Phi Kappa Tau. 

SUNDIN. NANCY JOHANNA, Hampton. A.B., Edu- 
cation; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Corresponding Secre- 
tary; Intramurals. 

SWANSON, HARRY KENT, III, Danville. A.B., 
Government; Pi Kappa Alpha; Student Association; 
Men's Dormitory Council; Choir; ROTC; Queen's 
Guard; Political Science Forum; Rifle Team, Captain. 



SWANSON, JANICE LOUISE, North Bend, Oregon. 

A.B., History; Gamma Phi Beta; Political Science 

Forum; Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society; German 

Club. 

SWEELEY, PAULA BENAY, Williamsburg. A.B., 

Education; Student Education Association. 

SWEET, BECKY-LEE, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

A.B., French; Colonial Echo: French Club; German 

Club; International Circle. 



SYDNOR, ANNE-GARDNER, Lynchburg. A.B., 

French; Kappa Delta, Historian; Flat Hat: French 

Club; Canterbury Club. 

TAYLOR, JEFFREY ALAN, Savannah, Georgia. A.B., 

History; Chess Club. 

TAYLOR, LOUISE STRATTON, West Point. A B., 

Government; WCWM; Young Democrats; Political 

Science Forum; Women's Tennis; Gymnastics. 








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142 SENIORS 




TAYLOR, SUSAN W., Richmond. A.B., English; Delta 
Delta Delta. Chaplain. 

TAYLOR. WILBUR AUSTIN. Hampton. A.B., Mathe- 
matics; Kappa Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Basketball. 
THIEL, JOHN CHARLES, Williamsburg, A.B., His- 
tory; Choir; transferred from Saint Mary's University. 



THOMAS, ORVILLE VAN, JR., Williamsburg, A.B., 
English. 

THOMAS, PHILIP JOSEPH, McLean. A.B., Business 
Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha; ROTC; Society for the 
Advancement of Management; Newman Club. 
THOMPSON, ROBERT LEONARD, Leesburg, B,S„ 
Biology; Lambda Chi Alpha; Student Association, Exec- 
utive Council; Group Leader; Junior Class Vice-Presi- 
dent. 



THOMPSON, SANDRA JUNE. Vienna. A.B., Govern- 
ment; Alpha Chi Omega, Lyre Editor; Young Demo- 
crats; Newman Club; Sweetheart of Pi Lambda Phi. 
THORNBURY, CARLTON F., Hialeah, Florida. A.B., 
Business Administration; Society for the Advancement 
of Management. 

TILLER, JOSEPH WALLACE, Richmond. B.S., Chem- 
istry: Chemistry Club. 



TODD, JOHN BUXTON, JR., Newport News. B,S., 
Chemistry; Lambda Chi Alpha; Group Leader; Chemis- 
try Club; Track 

TOMLINSON, RICHARD. Arlington. B.S., Biology 
iPre-Dentistry); Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary; Group 
Leader; Interfraternity Council; Biology Club; Golf, 
TOMPKINS. JAMES ROBERT. St. Paul. A.B., History; 
Sigma Chi. Hi,storian; Student Association; Group 
Leader; William and Mary Theatre; Debate Council; 
Young Democrats; French Club; Political Science For- 
um. Vice-President. President; Lyon G. Tyler Historical 
Society; Wesley Foundation. 



TONGOUR, NADIA. Barnwell, South Carolina. A.B., 
History; Gamma Phi Beta, Historian; Student Associa- 
tion; Women's Dormitory Council, Flat Hat: William 
and Mary Theatre; Backdrop Club; French Club; Politi- 
cal Science F'orum; Lvon G, Tvler Historical Society. 
TOTMAN, LORNA CLAIRE, Oakton. B S,. Biology; 
Biology Club. 

TREMBLE, TRUEMAN RENNEI^. JR.. Lively A.B., 
Psychology: Psi Chi; Backdrop Club: ROTC; Queen's 
Guard: Psychology Club, Vice-President; Wesley Foun- 
dation. 



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TRIBELHORN. KARL PETER. West Mifflin, Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B., German; Sigma Nu; Men's Dormitory 
Council; German Club; Football. 

TRICE, CYNTHIA W., DrewryviUe. A.B., Education. 
TRICE, ROBERT HOLMES, JR., Charlottesville. A.B.. 
Government: Kappa Sigma, Vice-President; Omicron 
Delta Kappa. President; Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities; Student Association; President's 
Aide; Men's Dormitory Council. Dormitory Manager; 
Group Leader; Interfraternity Council, Vice-President; 
William and Mary Reinew. Non-Fiction Editor; Political 
Science Forum; Freshman Football; Intramurals. 



TRICE, SUSAN SAULMON, Arlington A.B , English; 
transferred from University of Kentucky. 
TRIPSON, LOGAN, Vero Beach. Florida. A.B.. History; 
William and Mary Rei'iew: Women's Tennis. 
TROPF. WILLIAM JACOB. Springfield. B.S.. Physics; 
Sigma Chi; Sigma Pi Sigma. Vice-President; Student 
Association; Group Leader; ROTC; Alpha Phi Omega; 
Young Democrats; Intramurals. 



TROTTER. BETTIE MALLORY, Richmond. A.B., Edu- 
cation; Student Education Association; transferred from 
Chowan College. 

TROUTMAN. SHARON LEIGH. Chatham. B.S.. Biol- 
ogy. 

TUCKER. JOHN ALLEN. JR . Virginia Beach. A.B.. 
Physical Education; Pi Kappa Alpha. Vice-President. 
President; Interfraternity Council; P.E. Majors' Club; 
Freshman Basketball; Freshman Baseball. 



TUCKER. THOMAS MICHAEL. Danville. A.B.. His- 
tory; Sigma Chi; ROTC. 

TURNER. JOHN MICHAEL, Newport News. A.B.. 
Government; Phi Mu Alpha; William and Mary Thea- 
tre; Backdrop Club; Band; Political Science Forum; 
Committee on Arts and Lectures. 

TUTTLE, MARGARET EMILY A., Alexandria. A.B., 
Philosophy; Students for Liberal Action; Women's 
Hockey. 



VACCA, LINDA LEE. Wayne. New Jersey. B.S.. Biol- 
ogy; Phi Mu; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Delta Phi; Stu- 
dent Association; Women's Dormitory Council. Dormi- 
tory President; Orientation Sponsor; Flat Hal. French 
Club. President; Biology Club; Newman Club; Women's 
Hockey. 

VAKOS, PATRICIA. Virginia Beach. A.B.. Business 
Administration; Kappa Alpha Theta; Student Educa- 
tion Association; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement. 

VAUGHN, FREDERICK MILIKIN, Coral Gables, Flor- 
ida. A.B., Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon. Secretary. Treasurer. House Manager; Society for 
the Advancement of Management; Intramurals. 




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VERNON, RANDOLPH EDWARD, Coving- 
ton. A.B., Government; Phi Mu Alpha. His- 
torian, Secretary; Student Association; 
Band; Young Republicans: Political Science 
Forum. 

VILBRANDT, JOANNE, Rochester, New- 
York. A.B.. History; Kappa Delta; Flat Hat: 
Newman Club. 






VINCENT, JAMES RUSSELL. McLean. 
A.B., Business Admmistration; Pi Kappa 
Alpha; Spanish Club; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management. 
VOGEL, MARY JEAN, Jerez de la Fron- 
tera, Spain. B.S.. Biology; Spanish Club; 
Biolog\' Club; Skin Divmg Club. 



VOPATEK. PATRICIA ANNE. Alexandria. 
A.B., Education; Pi Beta Phi; Colonial Echo: 
Student Education Association; Newman 
Club; transferred from University of Ten- 
nessee. 

VORE, STEVEN BROOKS, Fairfax. B.S.. 
Biology; Biolog>- Club; Gymnastics. 



WADE. ELIZABETH ANN, Clifton Forge. 
A.B., Psychology; Psychology Club, Secre- 
tarv; Tutorial Program. 
WADE. HARRIET ANNE. Norfolk. A.B., 
French; Colonial Echo: French Club. 



WADKINS, ELIZABETH LEE, Warsaw. 
B.S.. Biology; Kappa Alpha Theta; Mer- 
mettes; Student Education Association: Biol- 
og\' Club. 

WALSH, EDWARD ROBERT. Lohr. Penn- 
sylvania. A.B., Historj'; Phi Kappa Tau; 
Young Republicans; Newman Club; Intra- 
murals. 





SENIORS 145 



WARDER, STANLEY ALLAN, Lorton. A.B., Business 
Administration. 

WARE. DAVID WARREN, JR., Toano. A.B., Econom- 
ics; Sigma Pi. 

WARRINGTON, ANN SIGNE, Norfolk. A.B., Educa- 
tion; Kappa Delta, Junior and Senior Panhellcnic Rep- 
resentative; Pi Delta Epsilon; Flat Hat; Student Educa- 
tion Association. 



WATKINS, GAIL, Hampton. A.B.. English; Orchesis; 
transferred from University of Mississippi. 
WATSON. EDWIN WHITFIELD. JR.. Hampton. A.B., 
History; Young Republicans; Canterbury Club; trans- 
ferred from Christopher Newport College. 
WATSON. LINDA CAROL. Medfield. Massachusetts. 
A.B., Sociology and Anthropology; Pi Beta Phi, Histo- 
rian; Flat Hat: Chorus; Student Education Association; 
Westminster Fellowship, President. 



WELT, SELMAN I., Arlington. B.S., Biology; Pi Delta 
Epsilon; Men's Dormitory Council; Group Leader; Colo- 
nial Echo. Literary Editor; Flat Hat: Fat Head. Editor; 
William and Mary Review. Public Relations Director; 
WCWM, Traffic and Continuity Director; William and 
Mary Theatre; Queen's Guard; Circle K; Young Demo- 
crats; Biology Club; Political Science Forum; Balfour- 
Hillel, Chaplain. 

WENRICH, ELIZABETH ROBERTSON, Buenos Aires, 
Argentina. A.B., Fine Arts; Kappa Delta; Flat Hat. 
WEST, NANCY, Newport News. A.B., Education; 
Women's Dormitory Council; Spanish Club, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Women's Hockey; Intramurals. 

WESTERMAN, RICHARD SPENCE, Falls Church. 
B.S., Biology; Pi Lambda Phi; William and Mary Re- 
view. 

WHEAT, VALERIE KAY, Vienna. A.B., English; Pi 
Beta Phi. 

WHICKER, JOHNNE CHERRE, Norfolk. A.B., Sociol- 
ogy; Chi Omega, Senior Panhellenic Representative; 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; 
Student Association, Secretary, Executive Council, Ac- 
tivities Chairman; Orientation Sponsor; Panhellenic 
Council, Secretary; Flat Hat: Sophomore Class Vice- 
President; Virginia Association of Student Govern- 
ments, Secretary. 



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WHITE. DAVID RITCHIE. Alexandria. A.B.. History; 

Men's Dormitorv- Council. Dormiton,^ Manager; ROTC; 

Canterbun.' Club; Intramural Manager. 

WIDELL, RICHARD ROBERT. Mexico, New York. 

B S., Education; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Cross Countrj'; 

Track. 

WILLARD. EDGAR HAROLD. III. Berkeley Springs, 

West Virginia. B.S.. Biology; Rifle Team. 



WILLIAMS, BENJAMIN ATTICUS. Ill, Courtland. 
A.B.. Business Administration; Kappa Sigma, Presi- 
dent, Secretary; Interfratemity Council; ROTC; Scab- 
bard and Blade; Accounting Club; Football; Intramur- 
als. 

WILLIAMS. SANDRA LYN. Richmond. A.B.. English; 
Student Education Association. 

WINCH. ALICE REBEKAH. Hampton. A.B.. Educa- 
tion; Student Education Association; Christian Fellow- 
ship. 



WING. STEPHEN STALEY. Norfolk. A.B.. English; 
Men's Dormitory Council; Group Leader; William and 
Mary Renew; Sailing Association; Cross Country; In- 
door. Outdoor Track. 

WINN. JOSEPH ERNEST. Newport News. A.B.. His- 
ton,-; Lambda Chi Alpha; Intramurals; transferred from 
Christopher Newport College. 

WINSTON. KAREN CLAY, Ashland. A.B.. Histor>-; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Young Republicans. 



WITHERS, GLENNE. Berryville. A.B.. Sociology and 
Anthropology. 

WOLF. BRIAN J., Youngstown. Ohio. A.B.. Education; 
Kappa Sigma; Student Education A.ssociation; Fellow- 
ship of Christian Athletes; Basketball; Intramurals. 
WOLFF. ELLEN GENE. Hanover. Pennsylvania. A.B.. 
Government; Kappa Delta; Colonial Echo: Flat Hat: 
Young Democrats; Student Education Association; 
Spanish Club; Intramurals. 



WOMBLE. BENJAMIN ELBERT. JR.. SulTolk. A.B.. 
Physical Education; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Mens Dormi- 
tor>' Council; Group Leader; P.E. Majors' Club, Program 
Chairman; Fellowhip of Christian Athletes; Freshman 
Basketball; Baseball; Tennis; Intramurals. 
WOOD. CECILY CLAIRE, Staunton. A.B.. Psychology. 
WOOD. ROBIN. Alexandria. A.B., German; Flat Hal: 
Chorus; Baptist Student Union; German Club, Secre- 
tar\'. 



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WOODWARD, JOAN, Arlington, A.B., Psychology; Phi 
Beta Kappa: Psi Chi. 

WORRELL, HOWARD WALTON, JR., Richmond. 
A.B., Sociology; transferred from Richard Bland Col- 
lege. 

WRIGHT, DONALD EUBANK, JR., Newport News. 
A.B., Sociolog>'; William and Mary Theatre; Back- 
drop Club; Band; ROTC; Queen's Guard. 



WRIGHT, THOMAS BAXTER, JR., Falls Church. 
A.B., Government; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Rush Chair- 
man; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- 
ties; Pi Delta Epsilon; Men's Honor Council, Vice- 
Chairman; Men's Dormitory Council; Group Leader; 
WCWM. Sports Director, Program Director; Band; 
Young Republicans. 

WYATT, BETTY WADE, Hampton. A.B., Sociology; 
Gamma Phi Beta. 

YATES, ALFRED GLENN, Sarver, Pennsylvania. A.B., 
Philosophy; Kappa Alpha; Football. 

YEAGER. MARY, Arlington. B.S., Mathematics: Pi 
Beta Phi, Arrow Correspondent, Corresponding Secre- 
tary; Mortar Board. Editor; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities; Abelian Society; Student 
Association; Orientation Sponsor: Colonial Echo. Roy- 
alty Editor: Cheerleader; Senior Class Historian. 
YOUNG. CHARLES JOSEPH. Freeport, Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B., Business Administration; Kappa Alpha; 
ROTC; Society for the Advancement of Management; 
Football. 

YOUNG, MARY KATHRYN. Arlington. A.B., Eng- 
lish; Delta Omicron, Chaplain; Women's Dormitory 
Council, Chandler Vice-President; William and Mary 
Review: Chamber Orchestra: Sailing Association: 
Wesley Foundation. Program Chairman; Vice-Presi- 
dent. 

YOUNG, RICHARD LLOYD. Bethesda. Maryland. 
A.B., Business Administration; Phi Mu Alpha, Trea- 
surer, President: William and Mary Theatre; Choir. 
YUHAS, LINDA, Alexandria. A.B.. Economics; Delta 
Omicron; Choir; Chorus; Orchesis; Newman Club. 
YURACHEK. PAUL ANTHONY, Richmond. A.B., 
Busir-pss Administration; Phi Kappa Tau. Treasurer; 
ROTC; Accounting Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management: Newman Club. 



ZEIGLER, HARVEY HARMON, JR., Hyndman, 
Pennsylvania. B.S., Biology; Sigma Pi, Treasurer; 
ROTC: Queen's Guard; Alpha Phi Omega; Biology 
Club; Freshman Swimming. 

ZICKEFOOSE. BARBARA JEAN. Richmond. A.B.. 
English: Student Asscx;iation; Students for Liberal 
Action, Secretary; Tutorial Program. Secretary. 
ZIGLAR, STEVEN WOODLEY, Cheverly, Maryland. 
A. B., Psychology. 




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JUNIORS 149 



ACKROYD, JANET E., Springfield. Chi 
Omega. Matliematics. 

AGREE, BARBARA KENT, Sharps. Alplia 
Chi Omega. Education. 

ALBERT, ALAN KREDRIC, Baltimore, Mary- 
land. Pi Lambda Phi Sociology. 

ALEXANDER. ALTIIEA PENTECOST, Cat- 
letl. History. 

ALGATT, JUniTH ANN, Bloomsburg, Penn- 
sylvania. Delta Delta Delta. History. 

ANDERSON, CHERYL DEE, Moline, Illinois. 

Gamma Phi Beta. SiKiologv. 
ANDERSON, SHIRLEY JO," Beaufort, South 

Carolina. English. 
ANDREW, BETTY LYNN, Altavista. Kappa 

Kappa Gamma. Government. 
ANTHOLZ, MARY BEE, Minneapolis, 

Minnesota. English. 
ARNOLD, KAREN SUE, Annandale. Kappa 

Kappa Gamma. Economics. 

ASSUR, ERIC THOMAS, Falls Church. Sociol- 
ogy- 

AUMAN, SARAJANE, Corpus Christi, Texas. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. Elementary Education. 

AVERILL, DONALD GENE, Front Royal. 
Biology. 

BAGBY, THOMAS LEE, Richmond. Pi Kappa 
Alpha. Business Administration. 

BAKER. BILLIE ANNE. Richmond. Phi Mu. 
French. 

BANKS. JUDY ELLEN, Florence, South 
Carolina. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Spanish 

BARGER, RAY M., Buena Vista. Kappa 
Sigma. Physics. 

BARKER. SANDRA KAY. Appalachia. Biol- 
ogy- 

BARNER, SALLY RUTH, Richmond. Kappa 
Delta. Sociology. 

BARNES. WILLIAM RICHARD, Hopewell. 
Biology. 




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BARRETT. WILLIAM CORNELIUS, III, 

Richmond. Psychology. 
BARRICK, SANDRA LEA, Danville. English. 
BAXTER, ROB GORDON, Newport News. 

Lambda Chi Alpha. History. 
BEACHLEY, NANCY LOUISE, Chester. 

Kappa Delta. Spanish. 
BEERS, MARION DRANE. Arlington. Edu- 



BIERMAN, R. BRADLEY, Arlington. Kappa 
Alpha. Business Administration. 

BEXDALL, ROBERT WARRICK, Richmond. 
History. 

BENNETT. JOHN PRICE, Winchester. Theta 
Delta Chi. Physical Education. 

BERKEY, JACQUELINE SUZANNE, New- 
port News. Sociology. 

BEVINS, TIMOTHY BOYNTON, Alexandria. 
Phi Kappa Tau. Sociology. 

BIORDI, TONI ELIZABETH, Fulton, Mary- 
land. Chi Omega. History. 

BLAKE, KATHLEEN JANE, Falls Church. 
Phi Mu. Government. 

BLOMQUIST, ROGER N., Falls Church. Sig- 
ma Chi. Physics. 

BOAL, ROBERT THOMAS, lU, Cedar Grove, 
New Jersey. History. 

BOISSEAU, "EDWARD HOOKER, Richmond. 
Sigma Pi. Business Administration. 

BONCK. LORELEI ADELINE, Williamsburg. 
Education. 

BONNER, WILLIAM THOMAS, Hot Springs. 
Music. 

BOSWELL, JOHN EASTBURN, Fort Ama- 
dor. Canal Zone. History. 

BOWEN, PAMELA GAY, Charlottesville. 
Chemistry. 

BOWLING," ARTHUR LEE. JR., Lynchburg. 
Physics. 

BOWMAN, JOHN KANDELL, Lebanon, 
Ohio. Pi Lambda Phi. Geology. 

BOWRY, GLINDA ANN, Williamsburg. Biol- 
ogy. 

BRADSTREET, ANNE, Williamsburg. Chi 
Omega. Sociology and Anthropology. 

BREEN. BETTIJOYCE. Fort Monro"e. Kappa 
Alpha Theta. Chemistry. 

BRETNALL, VIRGINIA JANE, Garden City, 
New Jersey. Delta Delta Delta. Elementairy 
Education. 

BRIM, BLAINE B., Alexandria. Philosophy. 
BRITTINGHAM, MARIANNE, Norfolk. Fine 

BROOKS, DAVID H., Falls Church. Pi 

Lambda Phi. Hi.storv. 
BROWN, ALAN KENT. Natrona Heights, 

Pennsylvania. Lambda Chi Alpha. History. 
BROWN, DANA ANTHONY. Hampton. 

Physical Education. 

BROWN. DENNIS TURNES. Amherst. 
Kappa Alpha. Physical Education. 

BROWN. HOWARD DOUGLAS. Lincoln. 
Topical Science. 

BROWN. ROBERT BRAXTON. Williams- 
burg. Sigma Alpha Epsllon. Business Ad- 
ministration. 

BROWN, ROBERT EDWARD. Alexandria. 

BROWN. ROBERT W.. JR.. Lynchburg. 
Sigma Phi Kpsilon. Mathematics. 

BROWN. WYNYARD ADAIR. Wan-enton. 

Education. 
BUBSEY. WILLIAM EDWARD. Brecksville. 

Ohio Pi Kappa Alpha English. 
BUCKLEY. LINDA LOUISE, Cheverly.Mary- 

land. Kappa Alpha Theta F'Ine Arts. 
BUFFINGTON, CARL EUGENE, Fairfield, 

Connecticut Sigma Alpha Epsllon. Soclol- 

BULYNKO. LYDIA DAWN. Alexandria. Chi 
Omega. Government. 



JUNIORS 15! 




BURGRAFF. CRAIG ROBERT. Allentown, 
Pennsvlvania. Sifjma Nu. (Jovernmenl. 

BURIAK, RICHARD ROBERT, Williams- 
burg. Governmenl. 

BURKE. FREDERICK COLLINS, Vienna. 
Mathematics. 

BUSHONG, DELORES ANN. WoodsU)ck. 
Sociology. 

BUTLER,' NORA DALBY. Suffolk. Philoso- 
phy. 

BYRD. CLAUDIA ANN, Richmond. Mathe- 
matics. 

CAHOON, ROGER HOWELL. Chesapeake. 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Biology. 

CAMDEN, SANDRA KAY, Elon. Sociology 
and Anthropology. 

CAMPBELL. SUSAN PANNILL. Richmond. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. History. 

CARHART, JUDY ANN, Hampton, Kappa 
Delta. Biology iPre-Medi. 

CARLTON, ALICE CAROLYN, Alexandria. 
French. 

CARTER, MARGARET ELIZABETH, Virgi- 
nia Beach. Education. 

CASEY, EVERETT FRANK, Shrewsbury, 
Massachusetts. Government. 

CAVANAUGH. THOMAS WILLLAM. Ports- 
mouth. Mathematics. 

CHANCELLOR. ANN LAYMAN, Frankfort, 
Kentucky. Ancient Languages. 

CHANCELLOR, RUTH DONNAN, Alexan- 
dria. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Government. 

CHASE, JUDITH CANEEL, Salem. Chi 
Omega. History. 

CHAUSSE, PATRICIA ANN, Roanoke. Math- 
ematics. 

CHESSON, MICHAEL BEDCOUT, Newport 
News. Sigma Chi. History. 

CHOCKLETT, C. WAYNE, Lynchburg. So- 
ciology. 

CHRISTIANSON, JAMES RICHARD, Balti- 
more. Maryland. Sigma Chi. Physics. 

CHRISTOPHER. JOHN CORBIN. Tappahan- 
nock. Kappa Alpha. Business Administra- 
tion. 

CHUBB. WILLIAM ST. J., Baltimore, Mary- 
land. Biology. 

CLARK. JACQUELINE ELIZABETH, Rich- 
mond. Spanish. 

CLARK. LINDA DIANE, Sandston. Alpha 
Chi Omega. German. 

CLARKE, WILLIAM GORDON. Richmond. 
Sigma Nu. Business Administration. 

CLAWSON. MILDRED ANN, West Point. 
Psychology. 

CLAYTON." HELEN MARIE, Lanexa. His- 
tory. 

COBB, JAMES GURLEY, Norge. History. 

COCHRAN, STEPHEN G., Virginia Beach. 
Kappa Alpha. Government. 



COLLINS. DUNCAN GILBERT, Falls 
Church. Government. 

COLLINS. ELIZABETH WARE, Norfolk. 
Delta Delta Delta. German. 

COLLINS. KENNY KAYLE, Kenton, Tennes- 
see. English. 

COLONNA. JANE BRIGGS. Hampton. Edu- 
cation. 

CONVERSE, RAY, Falls Church. Economics. 



COOKE. JUDITH ANN, Hopewell. Biology. 
COOPER. ELLEN HOPE, Pearisburg. Chi 

Omega. Sociology. 
COOPER, MARIAN LOUISE, Springfield. 

Kappa Alpha Theta. Biology. 
COPLEY, JEAN, Newport News. Sociology. 
CORVINO, MARGARET ELSIE. Carlisle 

Barracks, Pennsylvania. English. 



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COTTINGHAM, ROBERT P., JR., Williams- 
burg. Business Administration. 

COUSINS, JOHN PAUL, Lynchburg. Phi 
Kappa Tau. Mathematics. 

COVINGTON. SUSAN ELLEN JEAN, 
Springfield. Biology. 

COX, VIRGINIA L., Richmond. History. 

CRAFT, CHARLES STEPHEN, Clifton Forge. 
Kappa Sigma. 

CRANE, MICHAEL LEONARD, Vienna. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. Physics. 
CREWE, WILLIAM STEWART. Bethesda. 

Maryland. Pi Lambda Pin. Business Ad- 
ministration. 
CRISSEY, BARBARA JEAN, Huntington, 

West Virginia. Delta Delta Delta. History. 
CRIST, DEBORAH CAROLINE, Shippens- 

burg. Pennsylvania. Spanish. 
CROWTHER.' NANCY BRADFORD, West 

HyattsyiUe. Maryland. Kappa Alpha Theta. 

Mathematics. 

CURWEN, DIANA LOUISE. Fieldale. Delta 

Delta Delta. SiK'iology. 
CURZI, D. SCOTT, Phillipsburg, New Jersey. 

Sigma Nu. History. 
CYRUS, LYNDA ANNE, Lynchburg. Theatre 

and Speech. 
DALEY, JOHN GORDON, Falls Church. 

Kappa Sigma Chemistry. 
DARR. MICHAEL GLENN. Wadsworth, 

Ohio. Sigma Nu. History. 

DAUGHERTY, DAVID REAMS. Rochester. 
Minnesota. Kappa Sigma. Biology. 

DAVENPORT, ROBERT KEVIN. Annandale. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. History. 

DAVID, JOSEPH JOHN," JR., Abington, 
Pennsylvania. Phi Kappa Tau. Chemistry. 

DAVIS, "JULIANNE. ArlingUm Heights. Illi- 
nois. Fine Arts. 

DAVIS, LESLIE ANN, Richmond. Pi Beta 
Phi. English. 

DAY, ROBERT WARWICK, Reading, Penn- 
sylvania. Phi Kappa Tau. Business Admin- 
istration. 

DEAN. JOHN H. Chester, New Jersey. 
Sigma Nu. Fine .Arts. 

DECOT. MARK EDWIN, Falls Church, Biol- 
ogy. 

DEEKENS, JOHN MACKENZIE. Amelia. 
Theta Delta Chi. History. 

DEFREES. JANE LINDSAY, Alexandria. 
Gamma Phi Beta. Government. 



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DEHN, GALE, Arlington. Chi Omega. Philos- 
ophy. 

DENENBERG, DENNIS. Manheim, Pennsyl- 
vania. Government. 

DENNY, PATRICIA DIANNE, Danville. 
Delta Delta Delta. English. 



DENT, CHARLES EDWARD, JR., Pulaski. 
English. 

DERRICKSON, LEW D.. Virginia Beach. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. Economics. 

DERRINGE, EDMUND T., JR., Williams- 
burg. Kappa Sigma. Education. 



DEWEY. HARTLEY FISKE. Newport News. 

Business Administration. 
DICKINSON. ENDERS, IV, Richmond. Pi 

Kappa Alpha. Mathematics. 
DICKINSON, JAN SUZETTE, Fairfax. Biol- 

og.V- 



DIEHL, KATHLEEN THELMA, McLean. 
Education. 

DILLON. LARRY THEARON, Martinsville. 
Psvchologv. 

DINNER, ELLIOTT DAVID, Scranton, Penn- 
sylvania. Pi Kappa Alpha. Business Admin- 
istration. 



DODSON, HARRY HUGH, JR., Lynchburg. 

Historv. 
DOUTHAT. JAMES EVANS, Petersburg. 

Sigma Chi. Sociology. 
DOWDY, RENA FAYE, Chesapeake. French. 



DRESS. NORMAN T., Wadsworth, Ohio. Busi- 
ness Administration. 

DRESSEL. MARSHALL VAN CAMPEN, Saint 
Mary's, Pennsylvania. Theta Delta Chi. 

DRISCOLL, JOHN PATRICK. Richmond. Pi 
Kappa Alpha. Business Administration. 



DRISCOLL, LAWRENCE T., Rochester, New 
Y'ork. Sigma Chi. Phvsics. 

DRYER, LYNN RUTH, Waynesboro. Spanish, 
ish. 

DUDLEY, TERRY LYNN, Hemdon. Mathe- 
matics. 



DUNCAN, DOROTHY ANN. Front Royal. 

Phi Mu. Sociologv. 
DUNN. WILLIAM LEE. Newport News. 

Lambda Chi Alpha. Government. 
EATON. DEMARIS WINSTON. Margate. 

New Jersey. Pi Beta Phi. Sociology and 

Anthropology. 




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1.54 JUNIORS 



EBERHARDT, MICHAEL CHARLES. Dan- 
ville, Illinois. Pi Kappa Alpha. Govern- 
ment. 

EDGREN. PHILIP ARTHUR. Silver Spring, 
Marvland. English. 

ELLIOTT, CHARLES SADELSON, JR.. 
Lynchburg. Pi Kappa Alpha. Sociology. 

ELLIOTT, EDWIN POWERS. Manassas. His- 
tory. 



EMERICK. JAMES TRACY, Boston, Massa- 
chusetts. Sigma Pi. Philosophy. 

ENGLE, JACQUELINE ANNE, Roanoke. Pi 
Beta Phi. Sociology. 

ENGLISH, RICHARD JOSEPH, JR., Newport 
News. Spanish. 

ERNSTMEYER, JAN LOIS, Seattle, Wash- 
ington. Chi Omega. Modern Languages. 



EVANS, SUSAN FERN, Alexandria. Psychol- 

og.v- 

FABBRI, PATRINA JEAN, San Francisco, 
California. Fine Arts. 

FAIRBANKS, GEORGE CHANDLER, Virgi- 
nia Beach. Pi Kappa Alpha. Mathematics. 

FARINHOLT, DOROTHY GERALDINE, Wil- 
liamsburg. Pi Beta Phi. History. 



FARRIS. ALICE DIANE, Colonial Heights. 

Education. 
FAUBER, SUZANNE DILLON, Richmond. 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. Mathematics. 
FEE, RUSSELL J., Alexandria. Pi Lambda 

Phi. English. 
FENIGSOHN, GEORGE IRA, Newport News. 

History. 



FERGUSON, JOHN ELVIN, Rocky Mount. 
Sociology. 

FINLEY, WILLIAM KIRKLAND, Franklin 
Sigma Chi. English. 

FITZGERALD, ROBERT MICHAEL, Vienna. 
Theta Delta Chi. Government. 

FLORENCE, H. MICHAEL. Enterprise, Ala- 
bama. Kappa Sigma. Business Administra- 
tion. 



FOLLAND, LAURA EDWARDS, Richmond. 

Sociology. 
FORE, DANNY GARFIELD, Lynchburg. 

Sigma Pi. Psychology. 
FORRER, MARTHA JEANNE, Richmond. 

Philosophy. 
FORREST," CARROLL MARK, Poquoson. 

Mathematics. 



FOSTER, JUDY CAROLYN, Newport News. 

Education. 
FRANKOVITCH, CARL N., Weirton, West 

Virginia. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Business 

Administration. 
FRAZER, ELIZABETH PARKHILL, Newport 

News. Geology. 
FRAZIER, PATRICIA ANNE, Altavista. 

Gamma Phi Beta. English, 



FRECE, JOHN WALTER, Vienna. Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. Philosophy. 

FREEMAN. LINDA LEE, Richmond. Chi 
Omega. History. 

FRIEDMAN, KATHLEEN GOULD, Spring- 
field. Illinois. Clii Omega. English. 

FROSCHER, TORREY CURTIS, Arlington. 
Physics. 



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JUNIORS 155 




FULKERSON. MARGARET GAINES, Sands- 
ton. Englisli. 

FULLERTON, RICHARD B., Vienna. Sigma 
Phi Epsilon. Business Administration. 

FURR. M. BASIL, JR.. Petersburg. History. 

GALLOWAY. ARCHIBALD. II. EUicott City. 
Maryland. Government. 

GALLOWAY. LURA GODDIN. Greenville, 
South Carolina. Chi Omega. History. 



GARBER, DENETTE BELLE. Waynesboro. 
Kappa Delta. Education. 

GARBER. RICHARD BUBB. Dorval, Quebec, 
Canada. .Sociologv. 

GASKINS, STEVE PETTIE, Arlington. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. Biology. 

GETTY. GAEL ANN, HopeWell. Biology. 

GIAMPAPA. NANCYE CARROLL. Alexan- 
dria. Education. 



GIBSON, GALE HOLLY. Annandale. Gamma 
Phi Beta. English. 

GILLESPIE. WILLIAM BRUCE, Roanoke. 
Phi Kappa Tau. Chemistry. 

GLASS. JUDITH ANN. Norfolk. Mathemat- 
ics. 

GLENN. JEAN PAXTON, Waynesboro. Al- 
pha Chi Omega. Education. 

GODWIN, JOSEPH HENRY, III, Norfolk. 
Sigma Pi. History. 



GRACIAN. PATRICIA, Williamsburg. 

Gamma Phi Beta Physics. 
GRAEF. GINGER SUE, Poquoson. Chi 

Omega. Mathematics. 
GRAHAM. ROBERT A.. Ashland. Biology. 
GREEN. JAMES CRAWFORD, Penns Grove, 

New Jersey. Chemistry. 
GRIMM. EMMETT CARL. Harrisonburg. 

Biology (Pre Medi. 




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GROVE. ROBERTA LYNN, Glen Rock, Penn- 

svlvania. Gamma Phi Beta. English. 
GURNEY. RICHARD DAVID. Arlington. 

Phvsics. 
GUTIERREZ. RICHARD. El Paso, Texas. 

Government. 
HAASE, LINDA LEE. Richmond. Biology. 
HALL. CHRISTINE LYNN. Cedar Rapids. 

Iowa. Delta Delta Delta. Education. 



HALL. WENDY STUART. Mathews. Gamma 

Phi Beta. Education. 
HALLISSY. JOANNE. Hampton. Phi Mu. 

Psvchologv. 
HALLMAN: BRIAN S.. Arlington. Phi Kappa 

Tau. Government. 
HAMACK. KEITH HARTMOND. Seattle. 

Washington. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Economics. 
HAMERSEN, CAROL ELIZABETH. Kansas 

City. Missouri. Gamma Phi Beta. History. 

HAMILTON, ANN, Dayton. Kappa Kappa 

Gamma. Education. 
HARDING. MICHAEL STUART, Leonardo, 

New Jersey. Theta Delta Chi. Economics. 
IIARKRADER. NANCY FERRELL. Bristol, 

Tennessee. Kappa Alpha Theta. Psychology. 
HARMON. BRENDA GAIL, Sandston. His- 

lorv. 
HARPER. GAYLE CLIFTON, Richmond. Chi 

Omega. Philosophy. 

HARRELL, DONALD BRYAN, Emporia. His- 
tory. 

HARRIS, SANDRA ELLA. Gladstone. En- 
gl i.sh. 

HARWOOD. GERTRUDE CLASH. Richmond. 
History. 

HAUCK. NANCY CAROL, Springfield. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. History. 

HAZLETT. BRENDA CAROL. Colonial 
Heights. Education 



JUNIORS 157 



Class of 1969 



HELFRICH. DOKOTHY DIANE, Seaford, 
Delaware. Gamma Phi Beta. Education. 

HENDERSON. EDMUND MC KEILL. JR., 
Nas-tiawadox. English. 

HENDRICKS. WILLL-^M TILLMAN, Hamp- 
ton. Economic.*; 

HENRY, BARBARA MARTIN, Hampton. 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. Mathematics. 

HERNDON. JESSE MOORMAN, III, Sorel, 
Quebec, Canada. Biology. 

HERRING, FRANCES LEE, Newport News. 
Sociology'. 

HESSE, JOHN DAVID. Washington, D,C. 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Historv. 

HEWES, DEAN EDWARD, Fredericksburg. 
Topical Science. 

HIATT, JAMES HOWARD, Arlington. En- 
glish. 

HILDEBRAND, PAUL HENRY, JR., Annan- 
dale. Phi Kappa Tau. Government. 

HINER, LAURA ANN. Richmond. Delta 
Delta Delta. Sociology- and Anthropology. 

HINSON, HELEN SUZANNE, Alexandria. 
Delta Delta Delta. Historv. 

HITT, ANNE MORTON, "Richmond. Kappa 
Alpha Theta. English. 

HOBBS, STEWART BOLLING. JR., Lynch- 
burg. Economics. 

HOFFMANN, RICHARD JOHN, Annandale. 
Sigma Chi. Biology. 



HOLM, THOMAS A., Annandale. Psvchologv. 

HOLMES, ROBERT ALLEN, Aliquippa, 
Pennsylvania. Sigma Nu. Business Admin- 
istration. 

HOLTON. STEPHEN D., Charlottesville. 
Sigma Pi. Business Administration. 

HOOKER, RAY WILLARD, Hampton. Pi 
Lambda Phi. Economics. 

HOPKINS, DEBORAH COOK, Summit, New 
Jersey. Psychology. 

HOPKINS, JOSEPH ANTHONY, Chester. Pi 

Lambda Phi. Mathematics. 
HOSKINS. DONNA LYNN, Newport News. 

Pi Beta Phi. Government. 
HOWE, MARGARET LEIGH, Mt. Sidney. 

Psvchologv 
HOVVELL. "ROBERT LYNDON, Alexandria. 

Economics. 
HOYLE. HENRY BOBBITT, Newport News. 

Mathematics. 

HUBER, MIRIAM SUE, Rustburg. Alpha Chi 
Omega. Education. 

HUDSON, RONALD LARRY, Richmond. Pi 
Lambda Phi. Business Administration. 

HULSE, NANCY LOUISE. Richmond. Educa- 
tion. 

HUNT, ROBERT REED, Startey, South Caro- 
lina. Sigma Pi. Psychology. 

HUNTER. BARB"ARA JEANNE, Falls 
Church. Economics. 






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HUTCHINGS. MICHAEL B., Basingstoke, 
England. Philosophy. 

IRWIN. SANDRA LYNNE, Livingston, New 
Jersev. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Fine Arts. 

ISAACS, MOLLIE BARBARA, Norfolk. Edu- 
cation. 

JACKSON, CHARLES EDWARD, Arlington. 
Kappa Alpha. History. 

JACKSON, STEVEN LEON, Staunton. Math- 
ematics. 



JACOBS. YETTA LEE. Hampton. English. 
JAMERSON. PAMELA JO, Dillwyn. Kappa 

Alpha Theta. Education. 
JAMES. SALLY LEONARD, Hampton. 

Kappa Alpha Theta. History. 
JARVIS. THOMAS DESTRY. Glasgow. Kep- 

lar. Biology. 
JOHNSON, BARBARA ANNE, Portsmouth. 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. Spanish. 



JOHNSON, LOIS WINN, Staunton. Alpha 
Chi Omega. Psychology. 

JOHNSON, RUTH ANNE. Roanoke. Gamma 
Phi Beta. Education. 

JONES, BRUCE ALAN. Potl.stown. Pennsyl- 
vania. English. 

JORDAN. KATHRYN LEE, Vienna. Kappa 
Delta. Sociology. 

JORDAN, MARGARET MYERS. Emporia. 
Mathematics. 

JORDAN, NANCY MARIE. Newport News. 

Education. 

KALEN, LINDA SUE. Arlington. Chi Omega. 
Mathematics. 

KAPLAN. ROBERT RICHARD. Los Angeles, 
California. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. History. 

KASTNER. KERRY DUNN. Fairfax. Busi- 
ness Adminstration. 

KAUFMAN, ROCHELLE VIRGINIA, Wake- 
field. Kappa Alpha Theta. Education. 



KEITER, JOHN WAVERLY, York, Penn.syl- 

vania. Sigma Phi Epsilon. History. 
KELLY. ROBERT FRANCIS, Silver Spring, 

Marvland. Kappa Sigma. Economics. 
KESTENBAUM. THELDA MAE, Culpeper. 

Biology. 
KIDD. M. ELIZABETH. Colonial Heights. 

Education. 
KILGORE, DOROTHY JEAN, Wise. French. 

KILMARTIN. TANITH. Lovingston. Alpha 
Chi Omega. History. 

KIRKLEY, JOAN MARIE, Norfolk. Mathe- 
matics. 

KIRKPATRICK. RICHARD WILSON, New 
York. New York. Lamhda Chi .Alpha. His- 
tory. 

KISHBAUCH, KATHRYN JANE, Bailey's 
Cro.s.sroads. Pi Beta Phi. Education. 

KLINE, JOHN M., Ill, Malboro, Mas.sachu- 
setls. 

KLINE. PHYLLIS ANN, Blacksburg. Biology. 

KNAUPP, ROBERT WOODROW, South 
Plainfield. New Jersey. Sigma Nu. Govern- 
ment 

KNIGHT, CAROL ANN, Chesapeake. Kappa 
Delta. Psychology. 

KNIGHT, RICHARD E., Arlington. Govern- 
ment. 

KNOTT. JUDY LANE, Martin.sville. Alpha 
Chi Omega. German. 

KOEIILER. CAROLYN JEAN. Arlington 
Phi Mu. Chemistry. 

KOIILII.AGEN. STEVEN WERNER. Wil- 
liamsburg. Theta Delta Chi. Economics. 

KORTE, DON W, JR.. Virginia Beach. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. Biology. 

KORTY. FREDERICK WILLIAM. Riverdnlc. 
Maryland I'hvsics. 

KRON. .MARILYN MAY, Roslyn HeighU. 
Ixing Island, New York. Kappa Alpha 
Theta. English. 



JUNIORS 159 



Class of 1969 



LA BELL, GREGORY LANCE, Fairfax. 

Government. 
LACY, LINDA ELIZABETH, Newport News. 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. Mathematics. 
LAING. NANCY HOLLOWAY, Hingham, 

Massachusetts. S<x;ioIogv. 
LAMM, BRIAN DAVID. Falls Church. Phi 

Kappa Tau. Economics. 
LANCASHIRE, STEPHEN, West Chester, 

Pennsylvania. Lambda Chi Alpha. Business 

Administration. 

LANCIANO, SHERRY LANELLE, Glouces- 
ter. Psvchologv. 

LANE, "DENIS KENNEDY, Alexandria. 
French. 

LANKFORD, PAUL GANDY, Franklin. En- 
glish. 

LARSON, KARIN LOU, Riverdale, Maryland. 
Alpha Chi Omega. History. 

LATIMER, GEORGE C, Richmond. Physics. 

LAUTER, ROBERT WILLIAM, Petersburg. 
Government. 

LAWHORNE, CAROLYN FRANCES, Lynch- 
burg. Chi Omega. Education. 

LAWRENCE, JAMES MELVIN, JR., Critten- 
den. Sociology. 

LAWSON, RICHARD COOPER, Perry. Geor- 
gia. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Business Adminis- 
tration. 

LEE, RONALD EDWIN, Chesapeake. Sigma 
Nu. History. 

LEHIGH, JOHN MILTON, Hanover, Pennsyl- 
vania. Chemistry. 

LEONARD, MELANIE, Morrisville, Pennsyl- 
vania. Alpha Chi Omega. Fine Arts. 

LEWIS, WANDA ELIZABETH, Natural 
Bridge. Sociology. 

LIPSEY, CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL, Annan- 
dale. Sociology. 

LITTLEJOHN, "ALBERT COOPER. Charlotte, 
North Carolina. Theatre and Speech. 

LIVESAY, HARRY ANTHONY, JR., Peters- 
burg. Biology-. 

LONG, BRUCE BARBER, Warsaw. Business 
Administration. 

LONG, NANCY O'NEIL, Richmond. Govern- 
ment. 

LONG, WILLIAM IVEY, II, Rock Hill. South 
Carolina. History. 

LOOKABILL, ROYCE GLENNWOOD, Pul- 
aske. Spanish. 

LOWE, WILLIAM CURTIS, Atlanta. Sigma 
Chi. History. 

LOWRY, JOHN CHARLES, Williamsburg. 
Business Administration. 

LUBELEY, MICHAEL DAVID, Vienna. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. Business Administra- 
tion. 

LUCAS, DIANE ELIZABETH, Kettering, 
Ohio. Kappa Alpha Theta. Ancient Lan- 
guages. 

LUCAS, JOHN ROBERT, JR., Radford. Sig- 
ma Chi. English. 

LUCKEY, DIANE. Richmond. Delta Delta 
Delta. Physics. 

LYON. DAVID ALLEN, IV, Petersburg. His- 
tory. 

MACKEY. SARA LEE, Richmond. English. 

MACLEAN, WILLIAM GORDON. Falls 
Church. Sigma Pi. Business Administration. 

MADISON, ALAN WAYNE, Palmyra. Physics. 



MAEDER, SUSANNE RUTH, Richmond. 

Mathematics. 
MAJKA, THEOPHILE JOSEPH, Newport 

News. Pi Lambda Phi. Physics. 
MALLORY. SUSAN ANNE, Springfield. 

Delta Delta Delta. S<x:iology. 
MAPP. MARY LUCIE, Nas.sawadox. French. 
MAPP, NANCY LOUISE, Quinby. Sociology 

and Anthropology. 






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MARSH. LINDA RUTH, Canton, Massachu- 
setts. Clii Omega. Mathematics. 

MARSHALL. BEVERLEY WELLFORD, 
Gloucester. History. 

MARSHALL. JANET ELAINE, Alexandria. 
Kappa Delta. Socio!og\'. 

MARTIN. ARTHUR RAYMOND, JR.. Rocky 
Mount. History. 



MARTIN, EDWARD ALLEN. Falls Church. 
Philosophy. 

MARVIN, EVERETT D., Ill, Norman, Okla- 
homa. Pi Lambda Phi. Sociologj'. 

MASON, CLAIRE LOUISE. Bowling Green. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. Mathematics. 

MASSEY, THOMAS J., Richmond. Philoso- 
phy. 



MASTERS. MARY ELIZABETH. Phoenix- 
ville. Pennsylvania. Delta Delta Delta. So- 
ciology. 

MASTIN. JANE BRYAN. Roanoke. English. 

MATHIS. GERALD EDWARD. Conyerse, 
South Carolina. Sigma Nu. Physical Educa- 
tion. 

MATISH, JOHN CLEA, Williamsburg. Sigma 
Nu. History. 



MAY. JAMES TERRELL. Virginia Beach. 
Sigma Pi. Biology. 

MC CARROLL. ROBERT STACY, West 
Springfield. Massachusetts. Government. 

MCGUIRE. MARTHA HARRISON. Arling- 
ton. Kappa Kappa Gamma. History. 

MC INDOE. LINDA MAE. Richmond. Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. Mathematics. 



MCLAUGHLIN. ROBERT EDWARD. Alex- 
andria, Kappa Alpha. Education. 

MCLEOD. NORA LYNN. Win.ston-Salem, 
North Carolina. Gamma Plii Beta. Biology. 

MCPHERSON. JOHN CH.A.RLES. Houston, 
Texas. Business Administration. 

MCPHERSON. TIMOTHY CHARLES, Ar- 
lington. Lambda Chi Alpha. Physics. 




JUNIORS 161 




Class of 1969 



MEHRING, WALTER HENRY, Covesville. 
Psvcholofjv. 

MENOEBIER, CLEMA MC GOWAN, Har- 
risonburg, Biology. 



MERRITT, MARGARET ANNE, Dallas, Texas. 

Kappa Alpha Theta. Fine Arts. 
MEYER, CAROL LEE, Williamsburg. Alpha 

Chi Omega. Sociology. 



MICK, ROBERTA, Roanoke. Alpha Chi Om- 
ega. Education. 

MILLER, ANN SHELDON, Falls Church. 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. Education. 



MILLER, ARTHUR SEYMOUR, Virginia 

Beach. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Government. 
MILLER, CAROL LYNN, Vienna. Chemistry. 



MILLER, RICHARD WILLIAM, Moline, Illi- 
nois. Pi Kappa Alpha. Biology. 

MILLER, ROBERT FREDERICK, Falls 
Church. Music. 



MILLER, SUE FLETCHER, Norfolk. Kappa 

Delta. Music. 
MILLER, SUZANNE MANCILL, Annandale. 

Kappa Delta. Business Administration. 



MILLER, THOMAS IRVIN, Berlin, Pennsyl- 
vania. English. 

MITCHELL, JACQUELINE SUE, Alexandria. 
Kappa Delta. Mathematics. 






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MOFFITT, SUSAN ELIZABETH, Smithfield. 
Education. 

MONAHAN. MICHAEL JOSEPH. Williams- 
burg. Sociology and Anthropologj-. 

MOORE. DONALD WAYNE. Virginia Beach. 
Phi Kappa Tau. English. 

MOORE, JOHN NOELL, Rocky Mount. En- 

MOORE, MICHAEL BROWN, Maiden, Mas- 
sachusetts. Government. 

MOORE, SUSAN JEANNETTE, Chesapeake. 
Alpha Chi Omega. Ancient Languages. 

MORDEN. MARY LOUISE, Bad Axe. Michi- 
gan. Pi Beta Phi. Biologv. 

MORGAN, THOMAS ELDER, Biloxi, Mi.ssis- 
sippi. Pi Kappa Alpha. Phvsics. 

MORIARTY. BARBARA WAYNE, AHington. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. History. 

MORRIS. ALBERT WILLIAM, JR., Salisbury, 
Maryland. Theatre and Speech. 

MORRIS, ALETHIA ANN, Richmond. Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. English. 

MORRIS, MARY CASSANDRA. Wakefield. 
Sociology and Anthropology. 

MORRIS, "ROBERT FRANKLIN, Salisbury. 
Maryland. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Sociology. 

MORRIS, WILLIAM DWIGHT, AHington. 
Phvsics. 

MORTON, TERRY ALAN, Scotch Plains, 
New Jersey. Kappa Alpha. Physical Educa- 
tion. 

MOWEN, JOHN CAIATN, Waynesboro. Pi 
Lambda Phi. Psychology. 

MURRAY, ALLAN DALE, Michigan City, 
Indiana. Sigma Phi F'psilon. Philosophy. 

MURRAY. DWIGHT WEYMEYER. South 
Boston. Business Administration. 

NACILMAN, HENRY DUDLEY, Richmond. 
Pi Lambda Phi. History. 

NANCE, GEORGE LAWRENCE, Fredericks- 
burg. Phi Kappa Tau. Biology. 

NANCE. GERALD NEWMAN. Arlington. 

Phi Kappa Tau. Physical Education. 
NEBLETT. RONALD WILLIAM. Lynchburg. 

Sigma Nu Business Administraliim. 
NECSARY. JUDITH ANN, Tazewell. Phvsics. 
NELMS, ANN SCOTT, Vinton. Chi Omega. 

Fine Arts. 
NEWMAN, JAMES AUSTIN, Roanoke. 

Kappa Sigma. Economics. 



JUNIORS 163 



NEWMAN, MARY ELLEN. Williamsburg. 
Fine Arts. 

NININGER, JENNY ELIZABETH. Roanoke. 
Matliematics. 

NUCKOLS. MICHAEL AUBREY. Chesa- 
peake. Keplai' Business Administration. 

NUGENT. THOMAS PATRICK. Alexandria. 
Psvchologv. 

OBRYAN. VINCENT NEAL, Richmond. His- 
tory. 

ODLAND. JUDY C. Janesville. Wisconsin. 
Fine Arts. 

ONDERDONK. JAMES CHARLES, Newport 
News. Sigma N'u. History. 

ONEIL. RICHARD ALAN. Washington. D.C. 
Sigma Plii Epsilon. Philosophy. 

OWEN. MARILYN JEAN. Norfolk. Chemis- 
try. 

PADGETT, CAREY JUDSON. JR.. Rich- 
mond. History. 

PARKER, D. MICHAEL, Bedford. Pi Kappa 

Alpha. Biology. 
PASTORE. MARY MARGARET, Richmond. 

Alpha Chi Omega. English. 
PAULSON, FRANCES ANN. Hampton. Biol- 

og.v- 
PERKINS, COLLEEN KAPPES. Richmond. 

Fine Arts. 
PERKINSON. JEAN MARIE, Richmond. 

Psychology. 

PETERSON, HOLLY ANN, Alexandria. Fine 
Arts. 

PETRO, JOSEPH BARAN, Williamsburg. 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Physics. 

PEYRONNET, CAROLYN LEE. Richmond. 
Phi Mu. English. 

PHILIPS. HENRY HARRISON. III. Rich- 
mond. Phi Kappa Tau. Business Adminis- 
tration. 

PHILLIPS, CARSON RENEE, Hamilton. So- 
ciology. 

PHILLIPS. LINDA LEA. Petersburg. English. 
PHILLIPS. RONALD WILLIAM, Newijort 

News. Fine Arts. 
PIERCE. REBECCA GAYLE. Roanoke. 

Kappa Alpha Theta. Education. 
PITTS. K.-XTHERINE ADELAIDE. Richmond. 

Chi Omega. History. 
PITZER. NANCY LUPTON. Lynchburg. Pi 

Beta Phi. Biology. 



POLLARD. JOSEPH LAWRENCE. Bethesda, 
.Maryland. Biology iPre-Med). 

POLLARD. MELISSA DEA. Vienna. Alpha 
Chi Omega. History. 

POLLARD. ROBERT DAVID. Norwalk. Con- 
necticut. Hi.storv. 

POLLOCK. FRANCES EWELL, Virginia 
Beach. Kappa Alpha Theta. Goyernment. 

POOLE. MICHAEL E.. Falls Church. Goyern- 
ment. 

POTTER. RICHARD BOWEN. North Spring- 
field. Kappa Sigma. History. 

PRESCOTT. GEORGIA ANN. Williamsburg. 
Biology. 

PRESTON. MARGARET MARSTON. Virgi- 
nia Beach. Kappa Alpha Theta. Education. 

PRICE. JEANNE GLENITH. Amburg. Alpha 
Chi Omega. English. 

PRICE. MARY RUTH, Stanley. Chi Omega. 
Education. 



PRICE. WILLIAM PIERCE, Sussex. Business 

Administration. 
PRICKITT. RAYMOND MASON, Metuchen. 

New Jersey. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. History. 
PROCTOR. GAYLE R.. Richmond. Kappa 

Kappa Gamma. History. 
PULLEY. JUDITH ANN. Burke. History. 
PULLIAM. KAY MAHAN. Roanoke. History. 







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QUAINTANCE. JOHN WESTON, Arlington 

Sigma Pi. Government. 
QUILLEN, SHARON MARGERY. Gate City 

Pi Beta Phi. Sociology. 
RAMSEY, ELIZABETH COURTENAY, Char 

lotte Court House. Gamm.i Phi Beta. His 

torv . 
RAPER. AUBREY LEIGH. Chesapeake. Ph 

Kappa Tau Psvchologv. 
RAYNE, PATRICIA INEZ, Cape Charles 

Education. 

REED. MYER STRATTON, Lacrosse. Sociol 

ogy- 

REEDER, SHARON ROSALIE, Williams 

burg. Chi Omega. Sociology. 
REPKA, RONNEE RAE. Philadelphia, Penn- 

svlvania. English. 
REYNOLDS, RUTH ANN, Portsmouth. 

Mathematics, 
RHEM. JAMES LOUIS. Marion, Kentucky. 

English. 

RIORD.AN. MARGARET ROSANNE. Atlan- 
ta. GtH)rgia. Chi Omega. Sociology and 
.-\nthropolog>'. 

RIPY. BRUCE JOHNSON. Laurel. Maryland. 
Sigma Phi Ep.>;ilon. Geology. 

RITCHIE. EDWARD .lOSEPH. JR.. Hampton. 
Pi Lambda Phi. Psychologj'. 

RIVES. MARY SHANNON. Fieldale. En- 
glish. 

RIZZO. ROBERT DANIEL. Jacksonville. 
North Carolina. Business Administration 



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ROAKES. SAMUEL EDWARD, JR.. Miami, 
Florida. Economics. 

ROBERTS. AUSTIN LEONARD, Washing- 
ton, D.C. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Business 
Administration. 

ROBERTS. DONALD RAY, Roanoke. Theta 
Delta Chi. English. 

ROBERTS, PAMELA JEAN, Arlington. Delta 
Delta Delta. Fine Arts. 

ROGERS, FRANCES KATHRYN, Williams- 
burg. History. 

ROGOWSKI, ELIZABETH D.. Arlington. So- 
ciology. 

ROHR," DAVID MALCOLM, Portsmouth. 
Geologv. 

ROSSING, BOYD EDWARD, Laurel, Mary- 
land. Pi Lambda Phi. Philosophy 

ROYALL, MILDRED PITTS, Williamsburg. 
Fine Arts. 

RUNYON, JAMES DOUGLAS. North Baby- 
lon. New York. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Busi- 
ness Administration. 

RYAN, GILES SANDFORD. Newport News. 
History. 

RYAN. JOHN GODFREY. Newport News. 
Business Administration. 

SAGER. GARY LEE. Mt. Jackson. Mathe- 
matics. 

SALLEY. MARY CARRINGTON. Columbia. 
South Carolina. Chi Omega. Government. 

SAMPSELLE. ANNA ALICE. Newsport 
News. Mathematics 

SANDERS, MARY RUTH. Newport News. 
History. 

SCHAFER, DONALD WILLIS. Orange. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. Business Administra- 
tion. 

SCHLEIF. PETER ROBERT, South Plain- 
field, New Jersey. Pi Lambda Phi. Business 
Administration. 

SCHMITZ, MARY CHRIS, Richmond. Kappa 
Delta. Mathematics. 

SCHMOE, SUWANNEE ALLIERA, Quitman. 
Georgia. History. 

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SCHOLZ, KATHRYN LOUISE, Covingtx)n. 

Kappa Alpha Theta. English. 
SCHUELER. LINDA LEE, Woodstown, New 

Jersey. Theatre and Speech. 
SCHUMAN, STEPHEN ERIC, Silver Spring, 

Maryland. Government. 



SCHUTZ, HENRY AUGUST, Falls Church. 

Sigma Nu. Business Administration. 
SCOTT, CAROLYN E., Richmond. Pi Beta 

Phi. Chemistry. 
SEABRIGHT, ALICE LUPTON. Winchester. 

Sociology and Anthropology. 



SHACKELFORD, DAVID LEE, Lynchburg. 
Pi Kappa Alpha. History. 

SHEEHY, COLEMAN MATTHEW, JR., Rich- 
mond. Business Administration. 

SHERMAN, CHRISTOPHER B., Norwood. 
Ohio. Sigma Pi. History. 



SHEWMAKER. CAROL FERN, Alexandria. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. English. 

SHICK, J. MALCOLM, Falls Church. Sigma 
Phi Epsilon. Biology. 

SHICKEL, LINDA SUE, Harrisonburg. Math- 
ematics. 



SHIELDS. THOMAS JOHN, Richmond, Indi- 
ana. Sigma Pi. History. 

SHOTWELL, INDIA MARIE, Richmond. 
Delta Delta Delta. Fine Arts. 

SICKLES, BARBARA JOAN, Williamsburg. 
Gamma Phi Beta. English. 



SILLS, RICHARD EDWARD. Oklahoma City, 
Oklahoma Kappa Alpha. Geology. 

SIMONSON, MARTHA SUSAN, Williams- 
burg. Education. 

SIMPKINS, FRED CRAWFORD, Fishersville. 
Sigma Pi. Chemistry. 



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Class of 1969 



SINC.I.KTON, WILMAM ARNOLD, Burke. 

Thela Delta Chi. Economics. 
SKEEN, SANDRA LOU, Rosedale. Kappa 

Delta. Latin. 




SKILLMAN, SHARYN HOPE, Williamsburg. 

Education. 
SLAUSON, HATSY VIRGINIA, Williamsburg. 

Biology. 



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SMALL, SUSAN HOLMES, Suffolk. Kappa 

Kappa Gamma. Education. 
SMEDS, RUSSELL C, Williamsburg. Business 

Administration, 



SMITH, BARBARA ANN, Colonial Heights. 

Psvchologj-. 
SMITH, CYNTHIA SUE, Fincastle. Kappa 

Delta. Sociology. 



SMITH DONNA W., Williamsburg. Education. 
SMITH, DORA JEAN, Washington, DC. 
Gamma Phi Beta. Education. 



SMITH, NORMAN GRIFFITH, JR., McLean. Pi 

Kappa Alpha. History. 
SMITH, STEPHEN K.. JR.. Altavista. Pi 

Kappa Alpha. Business Administration. 



SOTER, ROBERT W , Hampton, Lambda Chi 
Alpha. Psychology, 

SOTHORON, MARGARET BENNETT, Lexing- 
ton, Maryland. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Eng- 
lish. 



SOUTHALL, JOAN ELIZABETH, Colonial 

Heights. Kappa Delta. Education 
SOUTHERLAND, HUGH BARRY, Arlington. 

Phi Kappa Tau. Biology. 




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SPADY, DENARD CHARLES. Tow-nsend. 
Business Administration. 

SPAULDING. DAVID LEE. Annandale. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. Philosophv. 

SPEXCE. JANE MARIE. Arlrngton. Biology. 

SPENGEMAN. DONALD FRANKLIN, At- 
lantic Highlands, New Jersey. Sigma Chi. 
Biology. 

SPrV'EY" LUD LORENZO, Carrsville. Sociol- 
ogy'- 

SPURLING. RICHARD DUDLEY. St. George, 

Bermuda. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Business 

.Administration. 
STAIK, HOWARD HAMMEL. III. Hampton. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Government. 
STEVENS, KENT MCNEIL. Narrows. Phi 

Kappa Tau. Psvchologj'. 
STITH. FLORA LESTER. Richmond. Phi Mu. 

French. 
STONER. WILLIAM PATRICK. Woodstock. 

Theatre and Speech. 

STREETMAN. LARRY EUGENE, Columbus, 

Georgia. Psychology'. 
SUNDIN, LINDA ELLIOTT, Hampton. 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. Education. 
SWEE.N'EY. REBECCA JANE, Arlington. 

Alpha Chi Omega. History. 
SYKES. SAM JONES, Virginia Beach. 

French. 
TALLEY. ANNE CHRISTINE. Dahlgren. 

Gamma Phi Beta. Education. 

TARPLEY. MARILYN SUE, Richmond. 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. Sociology. 

TATUM, JAMES LUTHER, Suffolk. Sigma 
Chi. Biology. 

TAYLOR, CHRIS, Rhinelander, Wisconsin. Pi 
Beta Phi. English. 

TAYLOR. DOUGLAS DACAMARA, Ur- 
banna. Sigma Nu. Government. 

TAYLOR. JAMES RUSSELL. Wintersville, 
Ohio. Pi Lambda Phi. Business Administra- 
tion. 

THATCHER, CHRISTINE LOUISE, Hamp- 
ton. Pi Beta Phi Spanish. 

THOMPSON, MARY KIEFFER, Alexandria. 
Kappa Delta. Economics. 

THOMPSON. THOMAS JAMES, Roanoke. 
Historv. 

TICHY." JOSEPH CHARLES. Ill, Silver 
Spring, Maryland. Biologv. 

TONELSON, Louis OWEN, Norfolk. Educa- 
tion. 



TOZZI. JOHN LEE. Pembroke. Government. 

TRAVIS. PHILIP ARTHUR, Cape Charles. 
Mathematics. 

TURVILLE, WILLIAM C, JR., Rockville, 
Marvland. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Biology. 

VAIDEN. CAROLINE ELIZABETH, Wayne, 
New Jersfv Historv. 

VAIL. BARBARA SUE, Alexandria. Educa- 
tion. 

VAN METER, QUENTIN LEE. Washington, 
DC. Chemistrv (Pre-Med). 

VANN, MARTHA ANN, Strasburg. Pi Beta 
Phi. Engli.sh. 

VARELA. GAIL ENIN. Hemdon. Phi Mu. 
Economics. 

VAUGHAN. REBECCA M.^GETTE. Court- 
land. Kappa Delta. English. 

VERGARA, JAMES JOSEPH. Hopewell. 
Business Administration. 

VERHINE. PATRICIA ANNE. Newport 
News. Phi Mu. Mathematics. 

VERNON. STANLEY ALLAN. Independence. 
Missouri. English. 

VERSER. NANCY WARE. Richmond. Kappa 
Delta. English. 

VINING. KATHY ANNE. Sunset Hills, Mis- 
souri. French. 

VOLZ, DOUGLAS CHARLES. Roanoke. 
Theta Delta Chi. Sociolog>'. 



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Class of 1969 



WALKER, EDWARD FAHEY, Laredo, Texas. 

Economics. 
WALKER, JAN KAREN. Springfield. Pi Beta 

Phi. Sociology. 
WALKER, LLOYD D., Richmond. History. 
WALL, ELIZABETH CATHERINE, Newport 

News. Education. 
WALLINE, KATHERINE KIRK, Annandale. 

Pi Beta Phi. English. 



WALTHALL, JO ANN, Alberta. Phi Mu. 
English. 

W'ARE, FRANCES FAULCONER, Tappahan- 
nock. Education. 

WATERMAN. MARY REGINA, Dayton. 
Ohio. Alpha Chi Omega. Goyernment. 

WATERS. IRMA LYNN. Portsmouth. En- 
glish. 

WATERS. TERRY. Clinton. Delta Delta 
Delta. History. 

WATKINS. JANET, Arlington. Pi Beta Phi. 
German. 

WATKINS. STEPHEN HOUSTON. Tulsa. 
Oklahoma. Lambda Chi Alpha. History. 

W.ATSON. GEORGE HERBERT. III.' Wil- 
liamsburg. Physical Education. 

W.ATSON. KIM ELLEN. Medfield. Massachu- 
setts. Pi Beta Phi. English. 

WATSON, LESLIE RAY, Virginia Beach. 
Theta Delta Chi. Philosophy. 

WEBSTER, GAIL MARIE, Arlington. His- 
tory. 

WEISBERG, EDWARD JOSEPH, Norfolk. Pi 
Lambda Phi. Biology. 

WEISS. WILLIAM JOSEPH. Islamorada, Flo- 
rida. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Physics. 

WELLMAN. DIANE J„ Williamsburg. Educa- 
tion. 

WELLS. WILLIAM CLARENCE, JR.. Rich- 
mond. Sigma Pi. Business Administration. 

WERGLEY. ALBERT N.. Chesapeake. Kappa 
Sigma. Government. 

WIIIBLEY. RODERICK FRANK, Williams- 
burg. Kappa Alpha. Sociology. 

WHITE, ALLAN EUGENE. Newport News. 
Phvsics. 

WHITE, GAIL EVELYN, Salisbury. Mary- 
land. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Education. 

WHITEHURST. A. WYNNE. Knoxyille. 
Tennessee, Chi Omega. French. 



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WHITING, LAWRENCE DERLAND. Ill, Rich- 
mond, Pi Lambda Phi. Phvsics. 

WILBORN. IRVIN MITCHELL, JR., South 
Boston. History. 

WILKINSON, RICHARD GRAHAM, Newport 
News. English. 



WILLIAMS, JAMES NEWTON, Virginia 

Beach. History. 
WILLIAMS. SUE RAWLS, Richmond. Chi 

Omega. Fine Arts. 
WINCHESTER, SHEILA ANN, Annandale. 

Alpha Chi Omega. Education. 



WINE, MARY SUE, Woodstock. Mathematics. 
WING, STEPHEN JOHN. Littleton, New 

Hampshire. Pi Lambda Phi. History. 
WITT. DAVID LYNWOOD, Bedford .Sociology. 
WOJNO, STANLEY JOSEPH, JR.. Suffield. 

Connecticut. Sigma Chi. Government. 



WONNELL, DONN THOMAS, Linwood, New 
Jersey. Pi Lambda Phi. History. 

WOODARD. DIANE ELIZABETH, Courtland. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. Education. 

WOODRUFF, PATRICIA ELAINE, Jarratt. 
Fine Arts. 

WOODS, DEBORAH ALDEN, Arlington. Edu- 
cation. 



WOODS, MARY JAMES, Wise. Biology. 
WOODSON, ARNITE RUTH, Hampton. Kappa 

Alpha Theta. Mathematics. 
WOODY, PATRICIA ANNE, Atlanta, Georgia. 

Gamma Phi Beta. Mathematics. 
WOOLEYHAN, ALFRED MORELAND, JR., 

Quincy, Illinois. Theta Delta Chi. Business 

Administration. 



WORKS, ROBERT FREDERICK, St. Paul, 

Minnesota. History. 
WYRICK, LINDA JEANNE, Rome, Georgia. 

Gamma Phi Beta. Education. 
YAGER, SHARON ANN, Pasadena, California. 

Phi Mu Latin. 
YOFFY, JAMES S., Richmond. Pi Lambda Phi. 

History. 



YOUNG, JOHN FINLEY, Whitcfish Bay, Wis- 
consin. Goyernment 

YOUNG, MARION KATHLEEN, Newport 
News. Biology 

YOUNGBLOOb, JANE D., Arlington. Sociol- 

ZEPUL, PATRICIA LOUISE, Annandale. Pi 
Beta Phi English. 



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ABBOTT. ANN. Holli.ston. Massachusetts. 

ABRAHAMSON. RICHARD FRANK. South- 
bridge. Massachusetts. 

ABRAMS. LEHN EDWARD, Maitland, Flo- 
rida. Sigma Chi. 

ABSHER. MERRIE SUSAN, Newport News. 
Kappa Delta. 

ADAMS. EARL RICE. Lynchburg. Sigma Chi. 



AKERS. WALLACE BROWN. Roanoke. 
ALBRECHT. LEE WAYNE. Annandale. 
ALBRIGHT. LINDA KAYE, Annandale. 

Kappa Delta. 
ALDERSON. MARY LEE. Springfield. 
ALLEN. MARY ELLEN. Atlanta, Georgia. 

Chi Omega. 



ALLEN, RICKIE CRAIG, Richmond. Phi 

Kappa Tau. 
ALLISON, PAMELA. Dallas, Texas. Delta 

Delta Delta. 
ANDERSON. ALVIN POWERS, Richmond. 

Lambda Chi Alpha. 
ANDERSON. EMILY DRAPER, Knoxville, 

Tennessee. 
ARLEDGE. PATRICIA, Portsmouth. Gamma 

Phi Beta. 



ARMSTRONG. HERBERT B.. Newport, 
RluKle Island. Pi Lambda Phi. 

ARMSTRONG. KENNETH SCOTT, Kings- 
port, Tennessee. 

ARMSTRONG, LARRY S., Richmond. 

ASPLUND. KATHERINE ANNE, Arlington. 
Chi Omega. 

ATTRIDGE, JEAN CAROL, Mexico City. 
Mexico. Kappa Alpha Theta. 



AUERBACH. SUSAN KATHRYN, Savannah, 
Georgia. Gamma Phi Beta 

AUSTIN. BARBARA JEAN, Annandale. 

BAILEY. ANN DENISE. Potomac, Maryland. 
Kappa Doha 

BAILEY. MARTIN THOMAS. Ivor. 

BAILEY, SAMUEL RUSSELL. JR.. Midloth- 
ian. Pi Kappa Alpha. 



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BAILEY. WILLIAM STANLEY, Waynesboro. 

Si{;ma Pi. 
BAITY. ANN LEIGH. Winston-Salem, North 

Carolina. Gamma Phi Beta. 
BALDWIN. ClIARLENE FRANCES, Norfolk. 

Kappa Delta. 
BALDWIN. JAMES ARDA, Honaker. Phi 

Kappa Tau. 
BALTES. GERTRUDE PARKER, Hampton. 

Gamma Phi Beta. 



BARBER, SUSAN LOIS. Norfolk. Phi Mu. 
BARIL, CHARLES PURDOM, Falls Church. 

Sigma Chi. 
BARNES, ELAINE MADELINE, Norfolk. 

Delta Delta Delta. 
BAYLOR, B. DELAINE. Radford. 
BEASON, ROBERT ALEXANDER, White- 

ville. North Carolina. Sigma Pi. 



BEAZLEY, FRANCES ANNE, Tappahan- 
nock. Kappa Delta. 

BECK. ROSEMARY ELIZABETH, Richmond. 
Delta Delta Delta. 

BEECHER, ELIZABETH PARKER, Blacks- 
burg. 

BEERBOWER. LINDA ANNE. Bridgeport. 
West Virginia. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

BEITNER. GEOFFREY SHERWOOD. Fair- 
field, Connecticut. Kappa Sigma. 



BELSHE, ROBERT B.. Normal. Illinois. Kep- 

lar. 
BELSKY, MARGERET. Fredericksburg. 
BENHAM. WILLIAM THOMAS. Spring Lake 

Heights. New Jersey. Sigma Chi. 
BERGER. PATRICIA A.. Williamsburg. 
BERINGER. BRUCE CLAY, Larchmont, New 

York. Sigma Pi. 



BERKEYPILE. JEAN WARREN, Wilming- 
ton. Delaware. 

BILLUPS. ANDREW JACKSON, Mathews. 

BIRKETT. KENNETH NETTLETON. Need- 
ham. Massachusetts. 

BLANCHARD. AMY RUTH. Altavista. 
Kappa Delta. 

BLAND. GERALD CHRISTOPHER, Roanoke. 



BLANTON. JOANNA DANBY. Farmville, 

Alpha Chi Omega. 
BLEDSOE, SUSANNE LEONI. Fort Eustis. 
BOLD. WENDY ELIZABETH, Alexandria. 
BOLTON. VERNON LOWELL. Colorado 

Springs. Colorado. Phi Kappa Tau. 
BORDEN, SANDRA LOUISE, Richmond. 

Kappa Delta. 



BOSWELL. CORA JANE. Chase Citv. 
BOULDIN. BARBARA ANN, Hampton. 

Kappa Alpha Theta. 
BOYD. WILLIAM LINWOOD. Waynesboro. 

Sigma Pi. 
BRADFORD. BONNIE L., Norfolk. 
BRIGGS. BEVERLY. Winston-Salem. North 

Carohna. Gamma Phi Beta. 



BRIGHT. ERNEST ANDREW. Lebanon. New 

Jersey. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
BRINCKMAN. JOY ALICE. Alexandria. 
BROWN. JANET MARIE. Poquoson. Gamma 

Phi Beta. 
BROWNE. ROBERT LEE, Manassas. 
BRUBECK. JEAN DALE. Staunton. Kappa 

Kappa Gamma. 



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BRUNSON, CAROL ELLA. Arlington. 
Gamma Phi Beta. 

BRYDE. STANLEY KIRK. Wilmington. Del- 
aware. 



BURBAGE, BRUCE PARKER. Portsmouth. 
BURGESS. SUSAN ALYCE, Dahlgren. 
Kappa Delta. 



BURKET. BARBARA ANN. Vero Beach. Flo- 
rida, Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

BURNETT, JAMES ARNOLD. Charlottes- 
ville. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



BURNETTE. BETTYE ANNE, Danville. 
BURTON. BARBARA ANN. Hampton. 



BUTLER, SHARON LYNN, Suffolk. 
BUTLER. TY. Athens, Georgia. Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. 



BYRER. MARGARET ELIZABETH. Charles 
Town. West Virginia. Kappa .Alpha Theta. 

CALVO. BETSY ELLISON. Kichmond. Alpha 
Chi Omega. 



CAMERON. COLLEEN SUE. Annandale. 
CAMPANA. MICHAEL EMERSON. West 

llcmpsload. New York. 



CANADA. BERNARD DAVID. Clover. Pi 

Kappa Alpha. 
CANUP, ROBERT EUGENE, II, Richmond, 



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CARLTON. KATHLEEN ANN. Newport 
News. 

CARTER. BARRY NEAL. Staunton. 

CARTER, CAROLYN LORIMER. Vienna. 

CARTWRIGHT. RONNIE ALAN, Chesa- 
peake. 

CASEY. CATHERINE SUE. Falls Church. 



CAYOT. MICHELE JAN. Falls Church. 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

CHAFIN. LINDA ANNE. Berrvville. 

CHAMBERS. GWYNN ELIZABETH. Dan- 
ville. Delta Delta Delta. 

CLARK, ALYNNE DALE. Vienna Chi 
Omega. 

CLARK. KAREN LEIGH. Newport News. Pi 
Beta Phi. 



CLAY. CAROLYN MEREDITH. Lawrence- 
ville. Gamma Phi Beta. 

CLOVER. KAREN ANN. Virginia Beach. 

CLOYD. RANDOLPH MAHAN. Williams- 
burg. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

COFER, GLENNA JO. Hampton. 

COFFMAN. BARRY P., Davton. 



COLE. DAVID PATTEN. Honolulu, Hawaii. 
Phi Kappa Tau. 

COLE. JAMES ERNEST. Arlington. 

COLE. WILLIAM WALTER. Courtland. Pi 
Kappa Alpha. 

COLEMAN. CATHY LEIGH, Danville. 

COLLINS. GEORGE HOLBROOK. San Ra- 
fael. California. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



COLLINS. WILLIAM HARRY. JR.. Stafford. 

Sigma Chi. 
CONRAD. PAUL WELLS, Arlington, Lambda 

Chi Alpha. 
COOK. MARTHA ELIZABETH, Martin.sville. 

Alpha Chi Omega. 
COOPER, NANCY CONDIT, Atlanta, Georgia. 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
CORREA, PETER C. Fort Myers, Florida. 

Lambda Chi Alpha. 

COTE, ERNEST NORMAN, Staten Island. 
New York. 

COTMAN. LIN CLARY. Williamsburg. Pi 
Kappa Alpha. 

COUPER. MARY BROUGHTON, Waynes- 
boro. Alpha Chi Omega. 

COVELL. CATHY LOUISE. Fairfax. Delta 
Delta Delta. 

CRAWLEY. C. GAYLE, Monroe, Louisiana. 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. 




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CREEP, TERESA DIANE. Chesapeake. Phi 

Mu. 
CRIM. KEVIN LOV, Nevilly Sur Seine, 

France. 
CROSIER. YVONNE FAE. Palls Church. 

Delta Delta Delta. 
CROSSEN, SHEILA MARIE. Richmond. Chi 

Omega. 
CRUTE. CAROL ETTA. Portsmouth. Alpha 

Chi Omega. 

CULLEY. PAMELA KEITH. Richmond. Al- 
pha Chi Omega. 

CURRY, RHONDA ELAINE, Louisville, Ken- 
tucky. Chi Omega. 

CUSTIS. PAUL ROBERT, Craddockville. 

DALE. KENNY MAXWELL. Springfield. 

DALLAS. BRUCE SHEPLER. Mechanics- 
burg. Pennsylvania. 



DANCE, CAROLYN WALLACE, Midlothian. 

Gamma Phi Beta. 
DARNELL, NANCY REBECCA, Big Stone 

Gap. Alpha Chi Omega. 
DAVI, SUSAN ANN, Alexandria. Pi Beta 

Phi. 
DAVIS. ELIZABETH CARTER. Florence, 

South Carolina. Alpha Chi Omega. 
DAVIS, JULIA WATERS, Rocky Mount, 



DAVIS. KATHARINE BAYNES, Huntington 
Beach. California. Kappa ."Mpha Thela. 

DAYTON. KEITH WALTER. Alexandria. Pi 
Lambda Phi. 

DEACON, JO ANNE, Lynchburg, Chi 
Omega. 

DEATON. LEWIS EDWARD. Alexandria. 

DELEON. LINDA JULIANA. Virginia Beach. 



DELIA, CLARK ANTHONY, Brick Town, 
New Jersey. 

DENSMORE, DOUGLAS WARREN, Toledo, 
Ohio. Phi Kappa Tau. 

DERFLINGER. MARSHA ANN, Winchester. 

DERR, ALICE MIRIAM, Warren, New Jer- 
sey. Delta Delta Delta. 

DERRICK. JOHN MILTON, Silver Spring. 
Maryland. 



DEWITT, PETER WEBB, Virginia Beach. Pi 
Kappa Alpha. 

DEYERLE, ELIZABETH WARWICK. Harri- 
sonburg. .Alpha Chi Omega. 

DICKEY. DONALD NEIL, JR.. Birmingham, 
Alabama. Theta Delta Chi. 

DIGIENNARO. RICHARD SAMUEL, Cleve- 
land, Tennessee. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

DODD, KATHLEEN BARBARA. Norfolk. 
Alpha Chi Omega. 

DONAHUE. WILLIAM JOSEPH, III, Colum- 
bia, Marvland Pi Lambda Phi. 

DOUGHTY. THOMAS EDWARD. Salem. 
Lambda Chi .Mpha. 

DRAKE, LINDA LOUISE, Arlington. Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. 

DUDLEY, MARY ANNE, Salem. Alpha Chi 
Omega. 

DUEL, TERRY LYNN, Alexandria. Alpha 
Chi Omega. 



DUKE. CHARLIE WAYNE, Richmond. 
EAKIN, KDWAHD MCCOY, Waynesboro. 

Sigma Pi. 
ECKHOUSE, MARK SANFORD, Cedar 

Grove, Now Jerscv. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
EDGE, LAl'REL SUZANNE, Newport News. 
ELLIS, CALVIN LANE, Portsmouth. 



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Class of 1970 



ELLIS, EDWARD H., Berlin, Connecticut. 

Kappa Sigma. 

ELMORE. DONALD STRATTON, Richmond. 

ELROD. CHERYL CANDACE. Richmond. 
Delta Delta Delta. 

ELROD, DONALD RANDOLPH, Chattanoo- 
ga, Tennessee. 

EMERSON, ROBERT GREENOUGH, III, 
Marshfield, Massachusetts. Pi Kappa Al- 
pha. 



ENGORON, FRANCES CARLA, Vienna. 
Gamma Phi Beta. 

EPPLER. JOHN W., Beinardsville, New Jer- 
sey. Lambda Chi Alpha. 

EWI'NG, ELIZABETH RUTH. Augusta, Geor- 
gia. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

KAGAN. WILLIA.M D.. Elnora. New York. 
Sigma Nu. 

FAIRBANKS, LEE ELLEN, Williamsburg. 



FAUERBACH, ERIC. Williamsburg. Kappa 

Alpha. 
FEIL, NANCY WATKINS. Charlottesville. 

Delta Delta Delta. 
FERRY, JAMES FREDERICK, Harrisonburg. 
FILKINS. DEBORAH JANE, Colonie, New 

York. 
FINDLER, WILLIAM EDWARD. Neptune, 

New Jersey. 



FISHER, GARY EDWTN. Fredericksburg. 

FLAHERTY. KATHLEEN LEWIS. Falls 
Church. 

FLESHOOD. PAUL SEAGO. La-.vrenceviUe. 
Phi Kappa Tau. 

FOLTZ. KENNETH GLENN. Martinsburg, 
West Virginia. 

FOWLE, DONNA JEANNE. Northfield, New- 
Jersey. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



FOY, LAURENCE GEORGE, Barrington, Il- 
linois. Pi Lambda Phi. 

FRANK. PHILIP JAY, Norfolk. Phi Kappa 
Tau. 

FRAZIER. ELISE. Houston, Texas. Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. 

FREEMAN, WILLIAM NILES, Vienna. 

FREIBERGER, DOUGLAS EDWARD, River- 
dale, New Jersey. 



FRIEDLANDER, THOMAS ALBERT, Mc- 
Lean. 

FULGHAM. FRANK M.. Smithfield. 

FURBUSH. ELISABETH BLISS. Hopewell. 
Kappa Delta. 

GADDA. GEORGE EMIL, Wood-Ridge, New 
Jersey. 

GALLAGHER. FREDERICK P., Wood-Ridge, 
New Jersey. 

GALLO. JOHN AARON, Richfield Springs, 
New York. 

GARDNER, EDWARD DARRELL, JR., Rich- 
mond. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

GARRETT, MELINDA RICKS. Virginia 
Beach. 

GARRETT, VIRGINIA WELLFORD, Arling- 
ton. Delta Delta Delta. 

GARVEY. BARTLEY THOMAS, JR., .Alexan- 
dria. Theta Delta Chi. 



GATES. DONALD LEIDY, Lexington, Massa- 
chu.setts. Pi Lambda Phi. 

GATES. GAIL ELIZABETH, Roanoke. Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. 

GERENSER. DUANE EUGENE, Bethlehem, 
Pennsylvania. Pi Lambda Phi. 

GERY, GUNER ALEXANDRA, Lititz, Penn- 
sylvania. 

GIBERSON, WAYNE FRED, Huntingdon 
Valley, Pennsylvania. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 






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GIBSON, LUCILLE HAYWOOD, Gloucester. 

GIBSON, MICHAEL FIELDING, Gallipolis, 
Ohio Pi Kappa Alpha. 

GILL. RICHARD WOOLRIDGE, Hopewell. 

GILLESPIE, WILLIAM GEORGE, Annan- 
dale. 

GOLDSMITH. LAWRENCE DAVIS, JR., 
Trumbull, Connecticut. Theta Delta Chi. 



GOMEZ. DEBERIE LYNN, Barrington, 

Rhode Island. Delta Delta Delta. 
GOOD, CAROL AILEEN, Richmond. Kappa 

Kappa Gamma. 
GOODALL, JOSEPH CULTON, Locust Dale. 
GOODRICH, NANCY KAY, Wakefield. 

Kappa Delta. 
GORDON, DARALYN LOU, Norfolk. 



GRAHAM, CAROL LYNN, Alexandria. 
Kappa Delta. 

GRAHAM, JANET LEE, Baltimore, Mary- 
land. Kappa Delta. 

GRAY, JUDITH L., Indialantic, Florida. 

GRAY. LINDA ANNE, Colonial Beach. 

GREGORY, SERGE VLADIMIR, Wyckoflf, 
New Jersey. Sigma Chi. 



GRETES. FRANCES CONSTANTINA, Nor- 
folk. Pi Beta Phi. 

GROMBACHER, BETTY SUE, Norfolk. 

HAINE, ROSS SCOTT, Scottsville. Sigma 
.Alpha Epsilon. 

HAINES. VICTOR JOSEPH, Winchester. 

HALE, JANE ALISON, Arlington. 



HALL, DEBORAH ANNE, East Rochester, 
New York. 

HALL, EVELYN GAY, Laurel Fork. 

HALL, SHERRY LYNN, Simsbury, Connecti- 
cut. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

HAMILTON, VIOLA LEE, Richmond. Pi Beta 
Phi 

HAMPTON, ROBERTA PAGE, Onancock. 
Gamma Phi Beta. 



HANSEN, JAMES MICHAEL. Hyde Park. 
New York. 

HARBERT. JOHN PETTIGREW, Battle 
Creek, Michigan 

HARBOUR, ROBERT WESLEY, Williams- 
burg. 

HARDEN, ALICE BRUCE, Hilo, Hawaii. 

HARPER, CHARLOTTE MARCELLE. Cal- 




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HARSCHLTTZ, PERRY KATHERINE. Virgi- 
nia Beach. 

HAYES, CAROLINE KERR, Norwich, New 
York. 

HAZELTON, MARY HELEN. Montgomery, 
West Virginia. 

HECHT, LYNN, Anderson, Indiana. Phi Mu. 

HELMS, CHERYL ANNE, Martinsville. Pi 
Beta Phi. 



HEMMELGARN, JERRY H., Celina, Ohio 
Kappa Sigma. 

HENNEBERG, DANIEL MANSFIELD, At- 
lanta, Georgia. 

HENSHAW, SUSAN DOWNING. Mechanics- 
ville. 

HENSLEY, WINSTON KERN, Elkton 

HEREFORD, RUSSELL WHITE, Falls 
Church. Sigma Pi. 

HERN, ALICE HOLBROOK, Staunton. Al- 
pha Chi Omega. 

HIBBERT, DAVID FORBES, London, En- 
gland. 

HILL, ELIZABETH SPOTSWOOD. Woodland 
Hills. California. 

HINTON, FREDERICK JAMES. Richmond. 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 

HODGSON, LYNN MORRISON, Atlanta, 
Georgia. Phi Mu. 



HOENER. FRED KENNETH, Kettering, 

Ohio. 
HOGWOOD, ANDREW W., JR., Arlington. 

Sigma Pi. 
HOLDREN. JOHN WILLIAM. Richmond. 
HOLLAND. NANCY JANE. Virginia Beach. 

Delta Delta Delta. 
HOLLIS. MARTHA SPALDING, Norfolk. 



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HOOD, CHARLES RAY, Westfield, New Jer- 
sey. Kappa Alpha. 

HOPKINS, BARBARA LYNN, Richmond. 
Delta Delta Delta. 

HOSKINS. JACQUELLNE ANN, Virginia 
Beach. Kappa Delta. 

HOWLAND, PAULA LYNN, Falls Church. 
Alpha Chi Omega. 

HUDSON, GARY KENT, Halifax. 



HUDSON, KAREN LEIGH, Richmond 
HUNT, MARTHA ANN, Alexandria. 
HUNTER, FORREST TIMOTHY, Richmond. 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 
HURST, ANTONY THOMAS, Westchester, 

Pennsylvania. Pi Kappa Alpha. 
HUSBAND, JAMES DAVID, Charlotte, 

North Carolina. Kappa Alpha. 



HUTCHENS, SAMUEL HENRY, Hampton. 

HYNICKER, FRANK CHRISTIAN, Eliza- 
bethtown. Pennsylvania. 

IRVIN, ROBERT ANDREW, Roswell, Geor- 
gia. 

ISAACS, STEPHEN ALLEN, Richmond. Pi 
Kappa Alpha. 

JENKINS, JEANNE BOUTIN, Ambler, 
Pennsylvania. Gamma Phi Beta. 



JENKINS, WANDA LOUISE, Concord, North 

Carolina. Chi Omega. 
JOHNSON, CARLA LESA, Arlington. Kappa 

Alpha Theta. 
JOHNSON, LYNN MARIE, Arlington 
JOLLY, ANTOINETTE EASTHAM. Salem 
JONES, ELIZABETH ANNE, Richmond. 



JONES, ELLEN JANE, Rocky Mount. 
JONES, JUDITH DIANE, Grimn, Georgia. 
JONES, WALTER PERRON, Chicago 

Heights, Illinois. Theta Delta Chi. 
JORDAN, LINDA LEE. Richmond. Kappa 

Delta. 
KALBFELL, JOHN JOSEPH, Westchester, 

Illinois. 



KALK, PATRICK JOSEPH, Kohler, Wiscon- 
sin. Sigma Chi. 

KARDIS, SHERRY ANDRA. Roanoke. Pi 
Beta Phi 

KEAGY, ROGER LOWELL, Fairfax. 

KEARNEY. KATHLEEN LYNN, Stuttgart, 
Germany. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

Keillor; Elizabeth r., white Plains, 

New York 



KELLENBERGER, DOUGLAS F., Elain, Illi- 
nois. Kappa Sigma. 

KELLY, TERRENCE M., Yonkers, New 
York. 

KENNEDY. ROBERT SENIOR, Pelham, New 
York 

KENNEY, ROBERT F., Newport News, 
.Sigma Nu. 

KENT, HARRY MASON, Falls Church. 
Sigma Pi. 

KERNS, VIRGINIA BAKER, Fort Wayne, 
Indiana. Kappa Kappa Gamma 

KIN'DLEV. CATHERINE ANN. Sprmgneld. 

Kl.EIN. EDWARD JOHN, Wilmington, Dela- 
ware. Phi Kappa Tau 

KLIMA, RODNEY JOHN, Alexandria. Theta 
Delta Chi. 

KLING, WILEY BENNING, JR., Roanoke. 
Sigma Chi. 



SOPHOMORES 181 



KOCH, MARILYN LOUISE, Falls Church. 

KOSSOKF, MIRINDA JEAN, Danville. 

KRAMER, CHARLENE, Bryans Road, Mary- 
land. Pi Beta Phi. 

KREMPASKY. RICHARD WILLIAM, Aquas- 
co, Maryland 

KULP, KENNETH ROBERT, Winston-Salem, 
North Carolina. Thela Delta Chi. 



KURTZ, IRA LAWRENCE, Norfolk. 

LAYCOCK, JIMMYE MCFARLAND, Hamil- 
ton. Kappa Sigma. 

LEDBETTER, JANE ANN, Alexandria. 
Kappa Delta. 

LEE, BARBARA ANN, Fort Lee, New Jersey. 
Gamma Phi Beta. 

LEE, JAMES ROGER, Marion. 



LEONARD, SHARON LYNN, Gate City. 

LEPRELL. JAMES JAY, Richmond. Pi 
Lambda Phi. 

LESTER, MARIANNE, Hampton. Chi 
Omega. 

LEWIS, ROBERT BANKS, Milton, Massachu- 
setts. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

LEWIS, VIRGINIA GAIL, Richmond. Delta 
Delta Delta. 



LIDDLE, SCOTT RANDALL, Fairfax. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 

LINDLER, ALBERT W., Williamsburg. 

LISCHER, JAMES FREDERICK, JR., Daven- 
port, Iowa. Sigma Chi. 

LOHWASSER, SUSAN GAY, Highland 
Springs. 

LOTZ, LYNDA LOU, Pittsburgh, Pennsylva- 
nia. Gamma Phi Beta. 



LUDFORD, GEOFFREY WAYNE, Williams- 
burg. Sigma Nu. 

MACINTYRE, MARY SUSAN, Vienna. Chi 
Omega. 

MACNEMAR, DUNBAR L., Beacon, New 
York. Phi Kappa Tau. 

MAJORS, STANLEY EUGENE, Newport 
News. 

MALLUS, ALEXANDRA, Washington, D.C. 
Gamma Phi Beta. 

MALONEY, JANE FRANCES, Vergenes, 

Vermont. 
MARSHALL, GLENN ALLEN, Falls Church. 

Sigma Chi. 
MASON, MARY ANNE, Atlanta, Georgia. 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
MAYES, JOSEPH RAY, Portsmouth. Sigma 

Chi. 
MCDUFFIE, JAMES HENRY, Henderson- 

ville. North Carolina. 

MCGLOTHLIN, DONALD ALLEN, JR., 
Grundy. Theta Delta Chi. 

MCLELLON, JANET WARRINER, Virginia 
Beach. Alpha Chi Omega. 

MEDVIN. JOEL DANIEL, Patchogue, New 
York. 

MILES, JERILYN ANN, Newtown, Connecti- 
cut. 

MILLARD, MICHAEL KIMBALL, Alexan- 
dria. Sigma Pi. 

MILLER, DIANE LEE, Sandston. Alpha Chi 

Omega 
MILLER, GREGORY M., Roselle Park, New 

Jersey. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
MILLER, JAMES FRANK, III, Virginia 

Beach. Phi Kappa Tau. 
MITCHELL, FRANCES ELIZABETH, Salem. 

Kappa Alpha Theta. 
MITCHELL, THOMAS JOEL, JR., Berryville. 



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MONK, MARY JO, McLean. Delta Delta 

Delta. 
MOORE, ANNE HOUGHTON, Danville. Pi 

Beta Phi. 
MOORE, RICHARD EDWARD, Marion. 
MORELLO, JOHN T., Hampton. 
MORRIS, ANN GRETCltEN, Falls Church. 

Alpha Chi Omega. 



MORRIS. RICHARD EDWARD, Cincinnati, 

Ohio Lambda Chi Alpha. 
MOSELEY. ELIZABETH HART, Brodnax. 

Kappa Alpha Thela. 
MOSES. JOHN SHUSTER, Ashland. Sigma 

Pi 
MUNSTER, CHARLOTTE N., McLean. Phi 

Mu. 
MURPHY, LYNDA ANN, McLean. Pi Beta 

Phi. 



NADEL, LESLIE DONNA, Norfolk. Pi Beta 

Phi. 
NANGLE, RICHARD E., Waltham, Massa- 

chu.setts. 
NATAL, JAMES RALPH, Chicago, Illinois. 

Sigma Pi. 
NELSON, CARL L., Arlington. Lambda Chi 

Alpha. 
NELSON. SHEILA DIANE, Pulaski. 



NESLEY, DIANE PAMELA, Fairfax. 
NETZLEY, KATHLEEN SUSAN. Laura. 

Ohio Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
NEWELL, ROBERT YATES. Dunn Loring. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
NEWMAN, GARY GEORGE, Washington, 

DC. Kappa Sigma. 
NEWSOM, JAMES WOODWARD, Arlington. 



NirrOLl, VIRGINIA ANNE, Edison. New 

Jersey. 
ODELL. THOMAS WILLIAM. New Rochelle. 

New York. Kappa Alpha. 
OFLAHERTY, KATHLEEN LOUISE, Falls 

Church. 
ORGEL, DAVID S., Elizabeth. New Jersey. 

Kappa Sigma. 
OSTERGARD. DEBORAH. Arlington. Gamma 

Phi Beta. 



SOPHOMORES 183 



Class of 1970 




OWENS. LAURA LEE, Whalevville. 
OZIMEK, RICHARD ANTHONY, West Hart- 
ford, Connecticut. 
PAGE. BRANCH. Richmond. 



PAGE, DAVID WINSLOW, Williamsburg. 
PALMER, CATHERLNE PATRICIA, Stras- 

burg. Chi Omega. 
PARISH. ANNE KATHLEEN. Vienna. 



PARKER, JAMES HODGES. JR., Fairfax. 

Lambda Chi Alpha. 
PATE. BARBARA WARREN, Havre de 

Grace, Maryland. Chi Omega. 
PATTERSON, SUSAN PAIGE. Hopewell. 

Delta Delta Delta. 



PEARSON, RANDY LEE, Palo Alto. Califor- 
nia. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

PENCE, GREG E., Wheaton, Maryland. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 

PERDUE, NANNIE HOLLAND. Rocky 
Mount. 



PERRY, DANIEL JOSEPH, Arlington. 
PETERSON. TORSTEN EDWARD, Hopewell. 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 
PEVERELL, RAYMOND EDWIN. Salem. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. 




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PLICHT.A. MARY ANN. Newport News. 

POARCH. DANA ELIZABETH, Petersburg. 
Delta Delta Delta 

POLLOW, CHARLES ERNEST, Silver 
Spring, Mar\'land. Pi Lambda Phi. 

POPE. ROBERT MACFARLANE, JR., Roa- 
noke. Sigma Pi. 



PORTER, BARRY THOMAS, Newsoms. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 

POWELL, BERKLEY RANDOLPH, Hamp- 
ton Pi Lambda Phi. 

POWERS. WILLIAM MCMILLAN, Ports- 
mouth. 

PRASSE, FREDERICK CARL, Chagrin Falls, 
Ohio. 

PRICE, WILLIAM EDWIN, Arlington. 



PRITCHARD. LUCINDA LEE, Hopewell. 
Delta Delta Delta. 

PULLEY. RAGAN BRADSHAW. JR.. Virgi- 
nia Beach. Pi Kappa Alpha. 

PULLING, RONALD W, Alexandria. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 

PURYEAR, STEPHEN BERTELING, Arling- 
ton. 

RADER. JUDITH ANN, Hampton. Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. 

RAFLO, JOSEPHINE RUTH, Leesburg. Pi 
Beta Phi. 

RALSTON, WAYNE ALAN. Falls Church. 

RANES. DOROTHY ATHALEA, Williams- 
burg. 

RANKIN, ANN KATHIE, McLean. Alpha 
Chi Omega. 

RANKIN, KATHERINE VIRGINIA, Fort 
Lauderdale, Florida. 



REESE. LINDA JEAN, Baltimore, Maryland. 

Gamma Phi Beta. 
REGISTER. SUSAN ELIZABETH. Temple, 

New Hampshire. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
REID. DUNCAN PHILLIP. Fairfax. 
REINHARDT. WILLIAM DELL, Wilmington, 

Delaware. Phi Kappa Tau 
REMINE, NANCY ANN, Richmond. Alpha 

Chi Omega. 



REMITA, DIANE LAREE, Gallipolis, Ohio. 

RESLER. WILLIAM MICHAEL, Sarasota, 
Florida. 

RICHARDSON. BARBARA ANNE, West 
Point. Pi Beta Phi. 

RICHARDSON. BEATRICE ANNE, Wil- 
liamsburg Phi Mu. 

RICHARDSON, ROBERT FREDERICK, 
Newport News. Keplar. 



RICKETTS, ROBERT CALVIN, Williams- 
burg. 

ROBERTS. JOSEPHINE ANASTASIA, Rich- 
mond. 

ROBERTS, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Newton Cen- 
tre, Massachusetts. 

ROBISON. JAMES PHILLIP, McLean. 

RODENBAUGH, CAROL ANN, Conshohock- 
en, Pennsylvania. Pi Beta Phi. 



ROHRBACH. PHILIP STANLEY. Richmond. 

Sigma Clii. 
RONICK, DAVID LEWIS. Richmond. 
ROSELLI. GRACE ROSE, West Orange, New 

Jersey Pi Beta Phi 
ROUTH, THOMAS EDWIN. Newp.irt News. 
ROWAN. GEORGE EDWARD. Arlington. 



SOPHOMORES 185 



ROWLETT, STEVEN, Jonesville. 

RUCKER. JANE THOMPSON, Lynchburg. 

Kappa Delta. 
RUDDEL, MARK ERIC, Arlington. 
RUSSELL, CHERYL ANN, LeonardtowTi, 

Maryland. Alpha Chi Omega. 
SALE, MARY QUINN, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- 



SALES, WILLIAM WAYNE, JR., Prairie Vil- 
lage. Kansas. Sigma Chi. 

SALMON. RICHARD JOHN, Lvnchburg. 

SALTER, ROBERT MORRIS, Newtonville, 
Massachusetts. 

SAMFORD, CHARLES CLEMENT, Williams- 
burg. 

SASSAMAN, CLAY A., Arlington. 



SAULTON, JAMES W., JR., Harrisonburg. Pi 

Kappa Alpha. 
SAUNDERS, CAROL ANNE, Smithfield. 

Kappa Alpha Theta. 
SAUNDERS, DONNA ELAINE. Virginia 

Beach. 
SAVAGE, JANICE PAIGE, Richmond. 
SAVAGE, LOWELL CROSBY, Alexandria. 

Theta Delta Chi. 



SCHMIDT, ELIZABETH ANNE, Farmingdale, 
New York 

SCHMOYER, JOHN DAVID, Annandale. 

SCHUTTE, KRAIG WEST, Bon Air. Sigma 
Chi. 

SCOTT, CHERYL LYNN, Washington, D.C. 

SCOTT, CORNELIA M.. Audubon. Pennsyl- 
vania. Gamma Phi Beta. 



SCOTT, LINDA RUTH, Radford. Kappa Al- 
pha Theta. 

SEAGLE, SAMUEL GILES, Lvnchburg. 

SEAMAN, FRANK JAMES," Mineola, New 
York. 

SEMONES, WILLIAM WEBB, Radford 
Sigma Pi. 

SEYGLINSKI, BRENDA AMELIA, Coving- 
ton. 



SHEA, NANCY RUTH, Virginia Beach. 

SHIELDS, G. MEGAN, West Lawn. Pennsyl- 
vania. Gamma Phi Beta. 

SHIELDS, JANET LYNN, Alexandria. Kappa 
Delta. 

SHIMLER, DIANA LEE, Greenwich, Con- 
necticut. Alpha Chi Omega. 

SHORTER, MARY ELLA, Blacksburg. Kappa 
Delta. 



SHRADER, GRETCHEN BLAKE, Winches- 
ter 

SHRYER, MARY HELEN. St Paul, Minne- 
sota Delta Delta Delta. 

SIMPSON, JAMES EDWARD, JR., Powha- 
tan. 

SIMS, ANNE RAINEY, Richmond. Chi 
Omega. 

SIZEMORE, RICHARD WILLIAM, Halifax. 



SLIPOW, LARRY BENJAMIN, Richmond. Pi 

Kappa Alpha. 
SMITH, AVERY ANNE, Danville. 
SMITH, ERIC JAMES, Silver Spring, Mary- 

SMITH. JANE BARRETT, Virginia Beach. 
SMITH, JANET ELIZABETH, Washington, 
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SMITH. KATHERINE SYNNOTT, Char- 
lottesville. Chi Omega. 

SMITH. REBECCA ANNE. Langley A.F.B. 

SMITH. RITA MAE, Mathews. 

SNYDER. DOROTHY HUNT, Fredericks- 
burg. 

SOTTILI, DAVID MARK, Fairlawn, New 
Jersey. Sigma Nu. 



SOUTHWELL, PAULA M., Arlington. Kappa 
Alpha Theta. 

SPICHER, GAYLE ADELE, Pottstown, Penn- 
sylvania. 

SPURLING, JACQUELINE MARIAN, Wal- 
lops Island. 

SPURLING, NORMAN KENT. Bethesda, 
Maryland. 

STAMPS. DAVID BRETT. Falls Church. 
Sigma Chi. 

STANLEY, BRUCE MC LAREN, Naples. Flo- 
rida. 

STARK, RICHARD ALAN, Media. Pennsyl- 
vania. Theta Delta Chi. 

STEFFAN, JUDITH ANN. Stamford, Con- 
necticut. Alpha Chi Omega. 

STEMPLE. SANDRA RHEA, Falls Church. 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

STEPP, ELLEN E., Williamsburg. 



STEWART, RONALD LEE. Arlington. Theta 
Delta Chi. 

STITES, MARY BLAKE, Falls Church. 

STOCKER, LINDA PEARRE, Baltimore, 
Maryland. Chi Omega. 

STONE, ROBERT G., Williamsburg. Pi 
Kappa Alpha. 

STOUT, DAVID LYTER, Carrollton, Ken- 
tucky. Kappa Sigma. 



STOUT, TEDDY ALVIN, Buckingham. 

STROOP, JOYCE ANN, Harrisonburg. 

STUMPF, WALTER LAURENCE, Vienna. 

SUPPLEE. JAMES B., Lancaster, Pennsylva- 
nia. Sigma Nu. 

SWEARINGEN, SUSAN LEIGH. Norfolk. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. 



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SWEEZY, PATRICIA ANN, Tenarty, New 
Jersey. 

SYDNOR, MARY ANNE, Hampton. 

TADSEN, GENENE CHRISTOPHER, Alex- 
andria. 

TAYLOR, CAROL SUZANNE, Uxington. 

TERRILL, CONRAD WHITMAN, Canton, 
Connecticut. 



TRACKER, LINDA RHEA, Richmond. Alpha 

Chi Omega. 
THACKER, SUSAN LUBBOCK, Disputanta. 

Chi Omega. 
THIEL, GEORGE JEFFREY, Westfield, New 

Jer.sey. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
THOMPSON. CHARLOTTE ANN. Marion. 
THOMPSON, DAVID RANDOLPH, Medford 

Lakes, New Jersey. Phi Kappa Tau. 



THOMPSON, JOYCE JOLLIFFE, Alexan- 
dria. Kappa Alpha Theta. 

TINGELHOFF, LINDA JO, Hampton. 

TINSLEY, BILLIE CARTER, Lynchburg. 
Gamma Phi Beta. 

TORRENS. RAFAEL ARRILLAGA, San 
Juan, Puerto Rico. Keplar. 

TOWNSEND. LINDA GALE, Arlington. Phi 
Mu. 



TUCKER, KAY LAVAUGHAN, Altavista. Pi 
Beta Phi. 

TURPIN, SHELLEY SINCLAIR, Fairfax. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. 

TWIFORD, HELEN KAY, Virginia Beach. 

TYRE, ROBERT DAVID, Los Angeles, Cali- 
fornia. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

ULMET, ELAINE ALDENE, Williamsburg. 



UNZICKER, KENNETH ROY, Arlington. 
UPSON, MARGARET JANE, Virginia Beach. 

Kappa Alpha Theta. 
URQUHART, DONNA RUTH, Cochran, 

Georgia. 
VAN HOOK, STEPHEN JOHN, Wayne, New 

Jersey. Sigma Chi. 
VAUGHAN, BENJAMIN ALLEN, Windsor. 



VEIGLE, JOHN F., Falls Church. 
VERHEYDEN, MARILYN CAY, Roanoke. 

Kappa Delta. 
VINYARD, NICHOLAS CHRISTIAN, Vinton. 
WADE, RICHARD LEE, Greenville, North 

Carolina. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
WAESCHE, BARBARA BUTLER, Richmond. 

Delta Delta Delta, 



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WAKEFIELD. MICHAEL MARTIN, Annan- 
dale, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

WALKER, EDGAR ROBERT, Barhamsville. 

WALKER, GEORGE B., Hampton. 

WALKER, RICHARD R., Monroeville, Penn- 
.sylvania. Theta Delta Chi. 



WALLACE, MICHAEL STEPHEN, Wheaton, 
Maryland. 

WALTON, TIMOTHY RONALD, Williams- 
burg. 

WARE, CHARLES ROBERT, Woodbridge. 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

WARREN, VIRGINIA KYLE, Alexandria. 

WATKINS. THOMAS BEVERLY, Ports- 
mouth Pi Kappa Alpha. 



WATSON, DAVID PERRIM, Wakefield, Mas- 
sachusetts. Theta Delta Chi. 

WEATHERFORD, VIVAL SCOTT, Richmond. 
Sigma Pi. 

WEBB, CATHY ELIZABETH, Richmond. 
Delta Delta Delta. 

WEBB, SANDRA LEE, Hopewell. Pi Beta 
Phi, 

WEBER, BARBARA LYNN, Falls Church. 



WENDER, DEBORAH JEAN. Woodstock. 

Alpha Chi Omega. 
WENTLAND, LOLA DOREEN, Newport 

News. 
WEST, GEORGE THOMAS, Gloucester 
WHELDON, SUSAN KAY, Yorktown 
WHITAKER, KAREN GAIL, Dahlgren. Phi 

Mu. 



WHYTE, MARY ANN, McLean. 

WICKLEY. MARK ANTHONY, Perth Ani- 
bov. New Jersey. Pi Lambda Phi. 

WILD, LESLIE JEAN, Winchester, Massa- 
chusetts. 

WILLIAMS. BARBARA PHELPS, Ripple- 
mead. Gamma Phi Beta. 

WILLIAMS, GARY SANDERS, Altavista. 



WILLIAMSON. J REID. Laurel. Delaware. 
WHT. KEITH TROWER, Richmond. 
WOHLLEBEN, JOHN ALAN, Culpeper. 
WOOD, EDWARD M., Reston. Pi Lambda 

Phi 
WOOinVARD, NANCY HARDING, Rock- 

ville, Maryland. Kappa Delta. 



WOOTEN, ANN MARIE, Springfield. Kappa 
Delta. 

WRATHER, NELL STARK, Alexandria. 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

WRIGHT, BEVERLY LOUISE, Manchester, 
New Hampshire Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

YONUSHONIS, JOHN M„ Falls Church. 
Kappa Sigma. 

ZAKARIAN, GREGORY CHARLES, Strat- 
ford, Connei-ticut. Pi Kappa .-Mpha 



ZEMLAN. JOHN PAUL, Newtown. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

ZENTNER, NANCY CASE. Frederick, Mary- 
land Kappa Alpha Theta 

ZEUL, CAROLYN RUTH, Vienna 

ZIMERMANN, RICHARD GALT. JR . Alex- 
andria 

ZU(;ER, PETER ALBERT. Callao. 



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ABRAMSON, STEPHEN JOSEPH, Falls 

Church. 
ACTON, LINN ANN, Alexandria. 



AKERS, IVY JANE, Roanoke Rapids, North 

Carolina. 
ALBRIGHT, PAT, Lansdale, Pennsylvania. 



ALESSI, DENNIS JAMES, Little Falls, New 

Jersey. 
ALLEN, PAMELA BECKWITH. Washington, 

DC. 



ALLEN, VICTOR ROY, Fairfax. 
ALMAND, JAMES FREDERICK. Arlington. 



ALTHAUS, SHERYL LOU, Newport News. 
ALVERSON, CHARLES HENRY, III, Dan- 
ville. 



ANDERSON, DAVID GORDON, Chatham, 

New Jersey. 
ANDERSON, GILBERT EDDY, Arlington, 



ANDERSON, PATSY LEE, Petershurg. 
ANDERSON. RAYMOND G., Suflblk. 



ANDREWS, LYNDAL DIANE. Richmond. 
ANDREWS, ROBERT THOMAS, Hampton. 




Bob Jendron, president 




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Susan Cunningham, historian 




Class of 1971 



ANTARAMIAN, GRANT GEORGE, Philadel- 
phia, Pennsylvania. 

ANZALONE, RONALD DAVID, Park RidKe, 
New Jersey. 

AREA, LEE C, Arlington. 

ARNESEN, KENNETH ALAN, Plainfield, 
New Jersey. 

ARNETT, ROBERT HAROLD, St Paul. 

ARNOLD, MARYANN, Livingston, New Jer- 
sey. 

ASKINS, SAMUEL EZRA, JR., Cleveland. 

BADRAN, CAROL ANNE, Norfolk. 

BAHR, WILLLAM HENRY, Savannah. Geor- 
gia. 

BAILEY, WINIFRED ALLISON, Richmond. 



BALDWIN, DANIEL RAY, Roanoke. 
BALDWIN, ERNEST OILMAN. Annandale. 
BALL, BOBBY MILLER, Hampton. 
BALLARD, JANE WYATT, Richmond 
BARB A, MARGARET ROSE, Short Hills, 

New Jersey. 
BARACKMAN, JAMES CRISPEN, McLean. 



BARLETT, FRANK E., Victoria. 
BARNETT, SUZANNE MARIE, Roanoke. 
BARRAN, PAULA ANN, Warren, Ohio. 
BARTHOLOMEW, JOHN FLETCHER, Seat- 
tle, Washington. 



BATSON, BARBARA CAROL, Falls Church 
BAUSELL, MARTHA ELIZABETH, Wil- 
liamsburg. 
BEACH, REBECCA LYNN, Hopewell 
BEAMAN, LINDA RICHMOND, Salem. 
BEARD, LINDA ELIZABETH, Richmond. 



BECKER, KATHRYN SEWELL, Martins- 
ville. 

BECKWITH, LOIS HUGHES, Earlyville. 

BEDFORD, ELIZABETH ANNE, Colonial 
Heights. 

BELL, LESKA ANN, Meredithville 

BENINGHOVE, KATHY WINN, Norfolk. 



BENSON, SUSAN JANE, Norfolk. 

BERGE, PAUL FREDERICK, Huntsville, 
Alabama. 

BERND, DAVID LEMOINE, Charlottesville. 

BETTON, KATHLEEN ANNE, Petersburg. 

BIERLY, NANCY JANE, Hershey, Pennsyl- 
vania. 



BILLMAN, CAROL JEAN, Fairmont, West 

Virginia. 
BIRCKHEAD, LINDA SUE, Richmond. 
BISHOP, MARY JOSEPHINE, Portsmouth. 
BISHOP, NANCY LEE, Falls Church. 
BISHOP, THOMAS ALAN, Johnstown, Ohio. 



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BISSET, SUZANNE MARIE, Arlington. 
BJORKLUND, ROBERT BRUCE. Callicoon, 

New York 
BLACK, LORING M., Verbank, New York. 
BLACKWELL, NANCY KAYE, Buena Vista. 



BLESSING, WILLIAM HENRY, Weber City. 
BLEVINS, VIRGINIA DARNELL, Vienna. 
BOATRIGHT, RANDALL KIRK, Falls 

Church. 
BOCKOVEN, MARTHA LEE, Hampton. 



BOGLE, KERRY WESLEY, Edison, New Jer- 
sey. 

BONNER, MARJORIE ANN, Fort Wayne, 
Indiana. 

BOULDEN, WALTER R., Boothwyn, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

BOUNDY, MARVIN DALE, Laurel, Mary- 
land. 



BOYD, RONALD JAY. Glassboro. New Jer- 
sey. 

BOYLE, LOUIS LAWRENCE, Newport 
News. 

BOYLE, PATRICIA GAIL, Alexandria. 

BRADLEY, SARAH ANN, Powhatan. 



BRADSHAW. KATHARINE LEONORA, Vir- 
ginia Beach, 

BRATCHER. SUZANNE JANE, Waynesboro. 

BRIDGFORTH, RICHARD LOuis, Rich- 
mond. 

BRILEY, LYNN FONTANNE, Portsmouth. 



BRINKLEY, JOHN SCOTT, Virginia Beach. 
BRITTON, LEE ELIZABETH, Montro.ss. 
BROMAN, DIANNE ELIZABETH, Park 

Ridge, Illinois. 
BROWN, DOUGLAS ERIC, Marion, Indiana. 



BROWN, HENRY ALAN, Arlington. 
BROWN, JANET BARBARA, Newport News. 
BROWN, MARGIE ANN, Mathews. 
BROWNELL, JOAN FRANCES, Falls 
Church. 



BROWNELL, MARGARET ANN, Annandale. 
BRUECHERT, ELIZABETH ROGERS, Atlan- 
ta, Georgia. 
BRUGH, LEWIS LATANE, Troutville. 
BRYAN, CATHY, Smyrna, Georgia. 



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BRYANT. EDWARD CARROLL, Alexandria. 

BUCKINGHAM. JAMES LYTLE. Falls 
Church. 

BUEHLER, THOMAS ALFRED. Cherry Hill. 
New Jersey. 

BULLOCK. RICHARD ARTHUR. New Hart- 
ford, New York. 

BUNCH. LINDA K.. Falls Church. 



BURGIO, LORRAINE ANN, Ramsey, New 

Jersey. 
BURIAN, JAMES DALE, Trotwood, Ohio. 
BURNETTE. JO ANNE. Providence Forge. 
BURRIS. RAYMOND DOUGLAS, Galax. 
BURTON. HARRY HARDING, Richmond. 




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BYERS. RALPH ARTHUR. Fairfax. 
BYRD. REBECCA LEE. Richmond. 
CALLEAR. JAMES YOUNG. Richmond. 
CAMPBELL. DAVID LEE, Bellwood. Pennsyl- 
vania. 
CAMPBELL, MARY LOU, Abingdon. 



CAMPBELL, PATRICIA I.. Old Church. 
CAMPBELL. ROBERT HUGH. Alexandria. 
CARPENTER. BERTIE LYNN. Orange. 
CARR. DIANA DEANE. Lafayette Hill. 

Pennsylvania. 
CARRIGAN. DANIEL ALOYSIUS, Arlington. 



CARROLL. P.ATRICK JAMES. Vienna. 
CARTER. KAREN ANNE, Springfield, Penn- 
sylvania. 
CARTER. LINDA JEAN, Williamsburg. 
CASEY. THOMAS E.. Tinley Park. Illinois. 
CASSADA. JANICE ANNE, Suffolk. 








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CAVE, CYNTHIA ANN, Virginia Beach. 
CAVEY, DESALES MICHAEL, Baltimore, 

Maryland. 
CHANDLER, NANCY DEAL. Norfolk. 
CHAPMAN. SAR.\H VIRGINIA, Smithfield. 
CHERRY, PENELOPE ANN, Newport News. 



CHRIST, TONY CHRIS. Falls Church. 

CHRISTENSEN, ANDREW BOJE, Martins- 
ville. 

CHRISTENSEN, OSBORNE DAHLGREN, 
Salisbury, Maryland. 

CHRISTOFERS'ON, DONALD PERRY, 
Vienna. 

CIABURRI, MICHAEL PAUL, Bluefield. 

CLARK, BRIAN KENT, Manassas. 
CLARK, FREDERICK LLEWELLYN, Frank- 
lin. 
CLARK, JOHN ROBERT, Martinsville. 
CLARKE. A. BYRON. Arlington. 
CLAYMAN. CAROL SUE, Springfield. 



CLEMENTS, ALAN LEIGH. Arlington. 
COAKLEY. GARY VAUGHN, King George. 
COBB, CHERYL RAE, Norfolk. 
COCKRELL. ASHBY URBAN, Montross. 
COLE, MARK ARTHUR. Valparaiso, Indi- 
ana. 



COLEMAN, ALICEANNE, Norfolk 
COLEMAN, ELIZABETH MAE, Richmond. 
COLEMAN, MARJORIE ANN, Pearisburg. 
COLEMAN, ROBERT EUGENE, Alexandria. 
COLES, KATHLEEN LOUISE, Springfield. 



COLLINS, BARCLAY POWERS, Falls Church. 

COLYER. MILDRED DARIEN. Winter Haven, 
Florida. 

COMBS, MELINDA LOUISE. Atlanta, Ga. 

COMEAU, REGINA ELIZABETH. Alexandria. 

CONLEY. CHARLES DUNCUN. Alexandria. 

COMEAU, REGINA ELIZABETH, Alexan- 
dria. 

CONLEY, CHARLES DUNCUN, Alexandria. 

CONRAD, GLEN EDWARD, Radford. 
COONEY, THOMAS GREGORY. Stratford, 

Connecticut. 
COOPER, CYNTHIA VINTON, Atlleboro, 

Massachusetts. 
CORBETT, JOHN FRANKLIN, JR . Newport 

News. 
CORSON, DAVID WESLEY. Locustville. 

COVINGTON, JAMES EDWARD, Buena 
Vista 

COWART, GREGORY ALLAN HUTCHIN- 
SON, Springfield. 

COWLES, ROLLIN JAMES. IV, Burlington, 
Iowa. 

CRAIG, KIM. Pelham, New York. 

CKEEK.MORE. JOE W.. Arlington. 



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CREWS, RALPH L., Richmond. 

CROSS, LINDA LEE, Fort Benning, Georgia. 

CROWE. .JOHN HARRISON, JR , Falls 

Church. 
CROYLE, BARBARA ANN, Maryville, 

Tennessee. 
CRUSE, HAROLD MCINTIRE, Colonial 

Heights 

CULLERS, KATHVKAY, Arlington. 

CUNNINGHAM, SUSAN WESLEY, Rich- 
mond. 

CURTIN, ERNEST ALBERT, Trenton, New 
Jersey. 

CURTIS, WINIFRED PARKER, Chappaqua, 
New York. 

CURWEN, ELIZABETH. Fieldale. 

CUTLER, JAMIE SUE. Highland Springs. 

CZARNECKI, PETER BRADLEY. Walling- 
ford, Connecticut. 

DABNEY. HOVEY SLAYTON, JR., Char- 
lottesville. 

DANSBY, DWIGHT R.. Alexandria. 

DARAGAN, JOSEPH JOHN, Washington, 
DC. 



DARNALL, SHERRY ANNE, Norfolk. 
DAVEY, JOHN BARRETT, Wiltow, Connect- 
icut. 
DAVICK. THOMAS KELLOGG, Richmond. 
DAVIES, HOPE MASSIE, Fairfax. 
DA VIES, JOHN M., Annandale. 



DAVIS. LOIS MEADE. Roanoke. 

DAVIS. WILLIAM SCOTT. Plattsmouth, 
Nebraska. 

DAWSON, SANDRA KAY. Arlington. 

DEANE, EVELYN POWELL. Charlottesville. 

DELANEY, RAYMOND TURVILLE, Win- 
chester, Massachusetts. 

DELLINGER, JO ANNE, Lynchburg. 
DEMCHYK, STEPHEN JOHN, Emmaus, 

Pennsylvania. 
DEMHARTER, PAUL REGIS, Natrona 

Heights, Pennsylvania. 
DERNER, DAVID WILLIAM, Manlius, New 

York 
DESHONG, PHILIP RIDLEY, Beaumont, 

Texas. 

DEVARONA, HADA MARIA. Marion. 
DEVLIN. ELLEN JANE. Upper-Grandview, 

New York. 
DEW, STEPHEN D., Helena, Arkansas. 
DEWILDE, DONALD STEVEN, Falls 

Church. 
DEXTER. JOEL MARION. Richmond 

DEYERLE, LINDA ANN, Salem. 

DIAMOND, GARY WAYNE, Potomac, Mary- 
land. 

DICKENSON, NANCY LEWIS, Buena Vista. 

DITULLIO, FRANK ANTHONY, Kearny, 
New Jersey. 

DODDS. JOHN H.. King of Prussia. Pennsyl- 
vania. 



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DODGE, STEVEIV GOODE, Staunton. 

DOE, FRANK EDWARD, JR., McLean. 

DOMBROSKI, VIRGINIA MARIE, Alexan- 
dria. 

DONELSON, DAVID MICHAEL, Falls 
Church. 

DOWDY, CLAIRE, Cumberland. 



DUBOSE, REBECCA STUART, Webster 

Groves, Missouri 
DUFF, JAMES RONNIE, Charlottesville. 
DUFFEY. THOMAS OWEN. Norfolk. 
DULA, FRANCES SUZANNE, Amherst. 
EARLY, BRIAN EVERETT, Staten Island, 

New York. 



EBERLY, CHARLOTTE ANNE, Lovettsville. 

EDWARDS, ANDREW CARLTON, Green- 
wood, South Carolina. 

ELLIS, MICHAEL CORYDON, Colonial 
Heights. 

ELY, KAREN ODELL, Portsmouth. 

ENGLER, WILLIAM ERICKSON, San Diego, 
California. 

ENTWISLE, JANE BALL, Baltimore, Mary- 
land. 

ESSLER, JAMES E., El Paso, Texas. 

EVANS, SYLVIA NOLL, Richmond. 

EWART, GEORGE DANIEL, Richmond. 

FABIAN, DAVID ROBERT, Doylestown, 
Pennsylvania. 



FAGOT, JOHN ALLAN, JR., Fairfax. 
FAMILANT, NORMAN, Hampton. 
FARKASH, DAVID GENE, Alexandria. 
FAWCETT, JOHN NORTH, Wheeling, West 

Virginia. 
FERGUSON, CARL PHILLIPS, Suffolk. 






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FERGUSON, JANE ELIZABETH, Bedford. 
FERGUSON, JANET ELIZABETH, Weston, 

Massachusetts. 
FERRARI, DANIEL EDWARD, Norfolk. 
FERRYMAN, LYNN ALLYN, Cleveland. 

Ohio. 
FESTA, BRIAN CHRISTOPHER, Brandord, 

Connecticut. 

FIELDEN, REBECCA ANNE, Richmond. 
FIELDS. TERRY WINDSOR, Richmond 
FINNEGAN, JEFFREY CHARLES, Virginia 

Beach. 
FISCHER, CATHERINE, Charlottesville. 
FITZHUGH, PHILIP WALLACE HIDEN, 

.McLean 

FITZSIMMONS, JAMES ANTHONY, Alex- 
andria 

FLANTER, MICHAEL KARL, Keniiworth. 
New Jersey 

FLORER, HAYWARD STANLEY, JR., Alex- 
andria. 

FLYNN, CHRISTOPHER JOHN, Vienna. 

FOLDENAUER, CRAIG EDWARD, Michigan 
City. Indiana. 

FORE. JULIAN WAYNE, Richmond. 
FRIEDHABER, MARC JON, Williamsburg. 
FRISBEE, STEPHEN VINCENT, McLean. 
FROST, JAMES BRACH, Smithfield. 
FRU.MEN, DENNIS ROBERT, Beaver Falls, 
Pennsylvania. 

FULWILER, ANNE CATHARINE, Alexan- 
dria. 

FURMAN. MARGRET LOUISA. Roanoke. 

GANG, PATRICIA ANNE, Baldwin, Ix)ng 
Island, New York. 

GARBER, ROBERT EARL, New Hope. 

GARLAND, MARTHA ANN, Kensington, 
Maryland. 



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GARRENTON. VINCENT T., Portsmouth. 

GARST. PATRICIA ANN, Roanoke. 

GEDDES, BARBARA TODD, Darien, Con- 
necticut. 

GERMAIN, SUSAN ELIZABETH, Newijort 
News. 

GEUDEKE. THEODORA JOHANNA, Jersey 
City, New Jersey. 



GEL'DER, GLEN DARYL, Falls Church 
GEWIRTZMAN, NEIL HOWARD, Fair Lawn, 

New Jersey. 
GILBERT, ROBERT PRESTON, Roanoke. 
GILES, HUME ANDERSON, Norfolk. 
OILMAN, DONNA POWELL, Ashland. 

GIORDANO, GREGORY ALBERT, Easton, 

Pennsylvania. 
GLEASON, JOHN WINTHROP, Short Hills, 

New Jersey. 
GODBOLD, MARIAN LACY, South Boston. 
GODWIN, ANN RALSTON, Bluefield, West 

Virginia. 
GOLLADAY, ELIZABETH MAY, Manassas. 



GOODRICH, CYNTHIA CAMP, Surry. 
GORDON, LINDA -RAE, Goochland. 
GORE, CAROL KNIGHT. McLean. 
GOSNEY, BEVERLEY RUTH, Danville. 
GOTTENKIENY, CHARLES HENRY, War- 
renton. 



GRANGER, GAIL ANNE. Richmond. 
GRAVES, PATRICK WILLIAM. Vero Beach, 

Florida. 
GRENFELL. JANE DOUGLASS, Alexandria 
GRIFFIN. CATHERINE LOIS, Dunn Loring. 
GRIFFIN, JOHN PORTER, JR., Dillwyn. 

GRIFFITH, MARGARET ELLEN, Cockeys- 
ville, Maryland. 

GRIGSBY, WILLIAM DICKINSON, Rich- 
mond. 

GRIZZARD, HUGH SWANSON, Emporia. 

GRONINGER, CHERYL KAY, Trenton, New 
Jersey. 

GROSE, GLENNA CAROL, Virginia Beach. 



GUNIA, GERTRUDE GENETTE, Pittsburgh. 

Pennsylvania. 
HALL, ZOE ANN, Newport News. 
HAM. EUGENE JOSEPH, Vienna. 
HAMILTON, ALFRED DAVID, Appomattox. 
HAMMOND. CRAIG C, Gainesville, Florida. 



HANEY, GEORGE WILLIAM, Ruckersville. 
HARVITH. STEPHEN ALAN, Annandale. 
HATHCOCK. KAREN SUE. Chesapeake 
HAUSMAN. WILLIAM JOHN. Fort Wayne, 

Indiana. 
IIAWES, GEORGE MASON, Newport, Rhode 

Island. 



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HAWKINS. CAROLYN VIRGINIA, Danville. 
HAWKS, KATHLEEN BANNER, Richmond. 
HAYDEN. SHARON LYNN, Onancock. 
HAYECK, CLAUDE BERNARD, Arlington. 
HAYES, JANET ELAINE, Oradell, New Jer- 
sey. 



HECHT. ALLAN SPENCER, East Meadow, 

New York. 
HEMFEL, JOHN DALE, Annandale. 
HEN, JACOB, Nutley, New Jersey. 
HENKEL, ROBERT ALLISON, Chesapeake. 
HENNES, CORNELIA H.. Pittstown, New 

Jersey. 



HERITAGE, JOSEPH SKINNER, Fairfax. 
HEROUX, BARBARA ELIZABETH, Lancas- 
ter, Pennsylvania 
HERSHNER, RONALD ALAN, Arlington. 
HETTERMANN. MARK LEE, Arlington. 
HEWITT. PHYLLIS RAE, Portsmouth. 



HIATT, LORETTA ANN. Laurel Fork. 
HICKCOX, JOANNE BECKETT. Watertown, 

Connecticut. 
HICKEY. DIANE LINDSEY. Springfield. 
HICKS. CYNDY, Vienna. 
HICKS, GARLAND ELMO, Richmond. 



HICKS. ROBERT WILSON, Alexandria. 
HILDRETH, ROBERT EDMUND, JR., Staun- 
ton. 
HILGERT, LINDA KATHLEEN, Fairfax. 
HILL. CONNIE RAY. Martinsville. 
HOBSON, ROBERT E., Annandale. 



HOCHMUTH. CAROL SUSAN, West Sims- 
bury, Connecticut. 

HOCKMAN, BRUCE WILLIAM, Alexandria. 

HOFFMAN, ROBERT MORROW, Arlington. 

HOGGARD, CHARLOTTE ANN, Newport 
News. 

HOLBROOK, BRUCE CLAUDE, McLean. 



HOLLOWELL, MARY BOOTH, Norfolk. 
HONEC, GEORGIANN LEE, Denbigh. 
HOOKER, H LESTER. Ill, Williamsburg. 
HOOSE, FRANK JOSEPH, Vienna, 
HOPKINS HUGH CALDWELL, Mapelwood, 
New Jersey. 



HOPKINS, MARTHA ETHEL, Roanoke. 
HOPKINS, SUZANNE MAY, Stuart. 
HORROM. MICHAEL HOWARD. Bowie, 

Maryland. 
HOWELL, RONALD WAYNE, Chesapeake. 
HOWER, DEBORAH ELLIS, Alexandria. 



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HOWLAND. KIM VAUGHN, Belleview, Flo- 
rida. 

HOYER, DAVID LOUIS, Yardley, Pennsylva- 
nia. 

HUBBARD, JOSEPH HARDY, Altavista. 

HUBER, JEANNE MARIE, Colorado Springs, 
Colorado 

HUDAK, KATHLEEN MAY, Norfolk. 

HUDGENS, JAMES STEPHEN, Newport 

News. 
HUDSON, DAVID SPENCER, Williamsburg. 
HUGHES, DAVID MONROE, Hillcrest 

Hoifihts, Maryland. 
HUNSBERGER, KAREN ANN, Falls 

Church. 
HURD, BARBARA PARRETT, West Chester, 

Pennsylvania. 

HUTCHERSON, FREDA DALE. Hurl. 

IRONMONGER, MICHAEL HOPE, Hampton. 

JACOBS, LARRY MICHAEL, Fredericks- 
burg. 

JAEGER, BE'ITY ANN, Newport News. 

JARMON, AMY LOUISE, WilminRton. Dela- 
ware. 

JEFFRESS, VICKI JO, Odenton, Maryland. 
JENDRON. ROBERT CLAUDE, BufTalo, New 

York. 
JOHNSON, FREDERICK LOWRANCE. 

Charlotte, North Carolina. 
JOHNSON, JOHN ELLIS. JR., Boykins. 
JOHNSON, MADOLIN PATRICIA. Beacon, 

New York. 



FRESHMEN 201 



JOHNSON, ORRICK FITZHUGH, JR , Fred- 
ericksburg. 

JOHNSON, RONALD Hl'CH, Richmond. 

JOHNSON, WALTER OE.NLXH. IH, Spring- 
field. 

JOHNSTON, EVERETT TYLER, Williams- 
burg. 

JOHNSTON, JOHN CURTIS, Mentor, Ohio. 

JOHNSTON, LEWIS ZIRKLE, lU, Chesa- 
peake. 

JOHNSTON, LYNN EMERY, Canton, Geor- 
gia. 

JOLLY, ROBERT CHARLES, Clarksville. 

JONES, FRANCES EVELYN, Meehanics- 
ville. 

JONES, PETER JACKSON, Des Moines, 
Iowa. 

JONES, THOMAS WARNER, Huntington, 
West Virginia. 

JONES, WILLIAM HENRY, III. Midlothian. 

JORDAN, DAVID RICHARD, Oak Park, Illi- 
nois. 

JOYCE, CHARLES DECOU, Falls Church. 

KAHAN, ALAN IRVIN, Richmond. 

KARELITZ, RICHARD ALAN, Baltimore, 

Maryland. 
KATZ" ALAN GERALD, Winthrop, Mass. 
KAUFFMANN, JAMES FRANCIS, Virginia 

Beach. 
KAVANAUGH, TIMOTHY SEBASTIAN, 

Wilmington, Delaware. 
KELLER, ALPHEUS EDWARD, Fairless 

Hills, Pennsylvania. 

KEPPEL, KENNETH GEORGE, Northfield, 

New Jersey. 
KERR, KATHLEEN, Virginia Beach. 
KEYES, LAURA CATHERINE, Roanoke. 
KIBLER, JEFFERY WAYNE, Richmond. 
KIELMAN, GEORGE ADAM, Springfield, 

Pennsylvania. 



KING, ADRIAN PAUL, Beach Haven, New 

Jersey. 
KING, KAREN LEE, Hampton. 
KING, KENNETH A., JR., Thompsonville, 

Connecticut. 
KIPPS, ROBERT LEE, Fredericksburg. 
KIRKUP, ALICE KAY, Clinton, New York. 

KLEMKOWSKI, VIRGINIA ANN. Baltimore, 

Maryland. 
KLING, JOHN NICHOLAS, Fonda, New 

York. 
KLOTZ, KATHLEEN LYNNE, Annandale. 
KNEMEYER, LINDA JANE, Newport News. 
KNOLL, STEPHEN G., Vienna. 



KOHLER, JAMES ANDREW, Vienna. 
KOHLHAGEN, DAVID ALAN, New Provi- 
dence, New Jersey. 
KOMAN, ANNE MILET. Yorktown. 
KRUG, ROBYN IRENE, Fairfax. 
KRUGER, DOUGLAS A., Alexandria. 



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KRUSE. THOMAS MURTAGH, Arlington. 



KRUTZ, CHARLIE HENRY, Alexandria. 



KUIKEN, GARRY HENRY, Hawthorne, New 
Jersey. 



KULESZ, JAMES JOHN, Fredericksburg. 



KYMMELL, A. WILLEM, Vienna. 



LA CROIX, MARK GANNON, Fairfax. 



LAIKIND, KENT ALEXANDER, Annandaie. 



LAMB, DAVID LOUIS, Longview, Texas. 





LAMBEY, DAVID OWEN, Mogadore, Ohio. 
LANDES, JOHN LIGHTNER, Danville 
LANZER, BARBARA GARRISON, Fairfax 
LAUTRUP, DIANE HELEN, Williamsville, 

New York. 
LAWALL, CAROL ANN, Falls Church. 



LAWRENCE, WYATT ELIZABETH, Staun- 
ton. 

LAWS, REBECCA ANN, Snow Hill, Mary- 
land. 

LAYCOCK, JOHN NUNNALLY, Hamilton. 

LAYNE, CHRISTORPHER COOPER, Sands- 
ton. 

LAZARUS, JEREMY MYLES, Akron, Ohio. 

LEAMER, DIANA MAE, Falls Church. 
LEBACK, WARREN THOMAS, Franklin 

Lakes. New Jersey. 
LEGERTON, WINIFRED ROPER, Atlanta, 

Georgia. 
LEMON, DAVID LAMAR, Roanoke. 
LEMON, JULIA REBECCA, Virginia Beach. 



LEOBOLD, CHARLES FREDERICK, Vienna. 
LEONE, VINCENT DENNIS, Roselle Park, 

New Jersey. 
LERECHE, MARGARET ANN, McLean. 
LEROHL, JOHN KENNETH. Alexandria. 
LEVY, DAVID LAWRENCE, Fair Lawn, 

New Jersey. 



LEWIS, DAVID NORMAN, Martinsville. 
LEWIS, GEORGE REGINALD. Virginia 

Beach 
LILLARD, GAYLE HAMILTON, Arlington. 
LILLY, LAWRENCE PRESTON, Seabrook, 

Maryland. 
LINEWEAVER, DAVID ROSS, Mt. Crawford. 



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LITTELL, ROBERT WALTER, Arlington. 
LODGE. THOMAS SCOTT. JR , New Castle, 

Delaware 
LOETTERLE, SUSAN MARY, Springfield. 
LOHR, STEVEN RANDOLPH, Chester. 



LONDERGAN, KATHLEEN, Wilmington, 
Delaware 

LOTZ, WILLIAM JOHN, JR., Roanoke. 

LOUIS, SUZANNE, Greensboro, North Caro- 
lina. 

LOVELACE, SUSAN LEE, Manassas. 



LOVELL, MARY WOODWARD. Severna 
Park, Maryland. 

LOWE, LEXINE DAVIS, Salisbury, Mary- 
land. 

LOWRY, HENRY CARTER, JR , Richmond 

LUCAS, GEORGE RAMSDELL, Fort Walton 
Beach, Florida. 



LUCAS, KATHY MARGARET, Coco Solo, 
Canal Zone. 

LUCCKETTI, NICHOLAS MICHAEL, Pearl 
River, New York. 

LUNDQUIST, NANCY CLAIRE, Bon Air 

LYDDAN, MELISSA PAT, Louisville, Ken- 
tucky. 



LYDEN, ROBERT JAMES, JR., Baltimore, 

Maryland. 
LYNCH, MICHAEL ANTHONY. Virginia 

Beach. 
MABRY, BARBARA CHRISTINE, Fairport, 

New York. 
MAGUIGAN, TIMOTHY STEPHEN, Chester. 



MAIERS, SHARON, Ankara. Turkey. 

MALLORY, LAURENCE BROWN, Parkers- 
burg, West Virginia. 

MANN, JEFFREY MORAN, Towson, Mary- 
land, 

MANNA, RALPH EUGENE, JR., Wilong 
Branch. New Jersey. 



MANNING, CHARLES NELMS, Blacksburg. 

MARCOPULOS, DONALD PAUL, Wood- 
bridge. 

MARSHALL. DAVID BARNDT, Charlottes- 
ville. 

MARTIN. DENNIS JOSEPH, JR., Yorktown. 



MARTIN, MARGARET ST. CLAIR, Rocky 

Mount. 
MARTIN, WILLIAM HENRY, III. Fort Mill, 

South Carolina. 
MASON, JANE CAROLYN, Norfolk. 
MASON, JOHN ALFRED, Williamsburg. 



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MASSEY, NONA ELIZABETH. Pamplin. 
MASSIE, BARBARA RUTH, Crozet. 
MATSON. WILLIAM LEE, Arlington. 
MAYS, HARRIET BETSY. Bluefield. 
MAYS, SARAH DORIS, Richmond. 



MCALLISTER. WILLIAM DAVID, Arling- 
ton. 

MC ARTHUR. JOHN -MARK, Gate City. 

MCCABE, MELANIE ANN, Alexandria. 

MCCLEEREY, TIMOTHY JOHN, Alexan- 
dria. 

MCDONALD, THOMAS JOSEPH. JR., Up- 
per Saddle River. New Jersey. 

MCEVOY. SCOTT BONZER, Birmingham, 
Michigan. 

MCGEHEE. LESLEY HATHAWAY, Alex- 
andria. 

MC GOWAN. SUSAN JEAN, Towson, Mary- 
land. 

MCGUIRE. GAY ELIZABETH. Clifton Forge. 

MC KANN. RANDOLPH SMITH. Fredericks- 
burg. 

MC KELWAY. BENJAMIN MOSBY. Arling- 
ton. 

MC KENZIE. MARY BRUCE. Salisbury, North 
Carolina. 

MC LEAN. ROBERT BLANTON, Hampton. 

MC TIGHE. JAMES JOSEPH. College Park, 
Maryland. 

MENAKER, LAWRENCE JAMES, Waynes- 
boro. 

MENSE, MICHAEL ANDREW, Alexandria. 

MERRICK, WILLIAM GORDON, Gordons- 
ville, 

MEYER, MARGARET KATHRYN, Rich- 
mond. 

MEYERSON, STUART JAMES, Arlington. 

MICHALEC. EUGENE TRAVIS, Fredericks- 
burg. 

MIDDAUGH. J KENDALL. Fairfax. 

MILLER. GEORGE WALDO, Lewistown, 
Pennsylvania. 

MILLER, JAMES ROBERT, Arlington. 

MILLER, JEAN S., Oklahoma City, Okla- 
homa. 

MILLER, VIRGINIA ANN, Port Jefferson, 
New York. 

MILLETTE. LEROY F., Fairfax. 

MIMS, MARY CATHERINE, Luray. 

MITCHELL. ROBIN THOMAS, Temple Ter- 
race. Florida. 

MITCHELL. STEPHEN HARRISON, Rich- 
mond. 

MITTS, GORDON MURRAY, Chesapeake. 



MOFFITT. GORDON JOHN, Smithfield. 

MONACELL, LOUIS RICHARDSON, Arling- 
ton. 

MONTAGUE, DOROTHY L., Luray. 

MOORE, DARRYL FRANKLIN, Virginia 
Beach. 

MOORE, LINDA JANE, Bayport, New York. 



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MOORE, STEPHEN FENNER, Disputanta. 

MOOREHEAD, HAROLD, III, Trevose, Penn- 
sylvania. 

MORDEN, ROBERT SEGLE, Bad Axe,, Mich- 
igan. 

MORECOCK, JOHN ALBERT. Portsmouth. 

MORGAN. JOHN, Flemington. New Jersey. 



MORGAN. MARCELLA ANNE. Alexandria. 
MORRIS. JOYCE GAYLE, Lynchburg. 
MORRIS. PEGGY ANNE, Appomattox. 
MUMPOWER. JERYL LYNN. Bristol 

Tennessee. 
MUNSEY, WILLIAM R. C. Council. 



MURPHY, GARDNER WAYNE. Wayne, 

Pennsylvania. 
MUSTAIN. WILLIAM DEUEL. Gretna. 
NAUMAN. JUDY GRACE. Richmond. 
NEELEY. KENNETH ROBERT, Veeders- 

burg, Indiana. 
NEFF, REBECCA LYNN, Blacksburg. 



NELSON. DOUGLAS RUSSELL, Fredericks- 
burg. 

NEWCOMER, JUDY ANNE, Lancaster, 
Pennsylvania. 

NEWSOME, ROBERT BENNETT, Yorktown. 

NICHOLSON. DEE ANN. Sandston. 

NICHOLSON. WILLIAM SPRATLEY, Wake- 
field. 

NICOLAISEN, JOHN HANSON. Rockville. 

Maryland. 
NILES, BRUCE ARTHUR, Sumerduck 
NIX, JAMES HENRY, Alexandria. 
NORAKO, VINCENT W., Maplewood. New 

Jersey. 
NORTH, ROBERT WALTER, Charlottesville. 



FRESHMEN 207 



Class of 1971 



OAKES, MARTIN JAMES. Hampton. 

O'BRIEN, JAMES JOSEPH, Wheeling, West 
Virginia. 

OCALLAGHAN, CYNTHIA ANNE, Atlanta, 
Georgia. 

O'DELL, JANE BABCOCK, Duluth, Minne- 
sota. 

OLNEY. DONNA JO, Columbus, Georgia. 



OLSEN, CHRISTOPHER JOHN, Alexandria. 

OVERSTREET. JANE CAROL. Bedford. 

OWENS, KATHLEEN J., Broomall. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

PAGELS, MATTHEW TODD, Bayport, New- 
York. 

PAISLEY, DIANE LOUISE, Richmond. 



PANNILL, MARY GREYSON, Martinsville. 
PARKER, LONNIE LAMAR, Portsmouth. 
PARNHAM, THOMAS A., Herndon. 
PATRICK. SUE ANN, Williamsburg. 
PATTERSON, JAMES HILL, Lynchburg. 



PATTERSON. LINDA LEE, Norfolk. 
PAXTON, RONALD CONSTANT, JR. 

Lynchburg. 
PAYNE, CLAUDINE, Laurel, Maryland. 
PAYNE, RONALD FRANCIS, Purcellville. 
PEABODY, MALBURNE JEWETT. JR. 

Falls Church. 



PEAT, STEPHANIE JEAN. Falls Church. 

PERRY. THOMAS L . Franklin. 

PETERKA, JACK LAURITZ, Bellerose, New 

York. 
PETERS, MARY BEVERLEY, Richmond. 
PETERS, VICTORIA ANN, Virginia Beach. 



PETTEY. DRUCILLA ANNE, Alexandria. 
PETTY, WILLIAM GLENN. Wheaton, Mary- 
land, 
PHELPS, JOHN F., Pueblo, Colorado. 
PHILLIPS, DORA KAY, Alexandria. 
PIERCE, NOBLE SCOTT, Winchester. 



PIERCE, WILLIAM GAIL, Fort Lauderdale, 

Florida. 
PIXLEY, LYNDA GLYDEN, Chase City. 
PLASMATI, KATHLEEN LOUISE, Walpole, 

Massachusetts. 
PLOTT. BILLIE MILAGROS, Covington. 
POLAND, MARK WAYNE, Hampton. 

POST, DAVID BRUCE, Salisbury, North 
Carolina. 

POWELL, CLARENCE LESLIE, JR , Suffolk. 

POWELL. ROGER ALLEN, Front Royal. 

POWELL, WILLIAM MITCHELL, Freder- 
icksburg. 

POWER, THOMAS MICHAEL, Lynchburg. 



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POWERS, ROGER WAYNE, Abingdon. 

PRESTON, MERLE PAGE, Virginia Beach. 

PROCTOR. BERNICE EILEEN, Richmond. 

PROUDFOOT, MARTL\ LEWIS, Morehead, 
Kentucky. 

PUGH, PETER JOHN, III, Pottsville, Penn- 
sylvania. 



PULLIAM, DONALD MORRIS, Roanoke. 

RAIKEN, LARRY SCOTT, Westburj', Long 
Island. New York. 

RAIRIGH, BEVERLY ANN, Houston, Texas. 

RAMSEY, CLAUDE ALLEN, Yorktown. 

RAMSEY, ELIZABETH LEE, Maryville, Ten- 
nessee. 



RAWLINGS, LEIGH HELEN, Woodbridge. 

REDMOND, LINDA LEE, Richmond. 

REES, THOMAS SINCLAIR, Hyattsville, 

Maryland. 
REHBERG, STEPHEN DOUGLAS, Lake City, 

Florida. 
REICH, CHARLES ALLEN, JR., Virginia 

Beach. 

REVOLINSKY, PAMELA ANNE. Virginia 
Beach 

REXRODE. .MOLLY CATHERINE, Charlottes- 
ville. 

RHODES, STEPHEN CHARLES, Colorado 
Springs, Colorado. 

RICHARD, HARRY WAYNE, Chesapeake. 

RICHARDSON, DANA T., Danvers, Massa- 
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RICHEY, CHARLES RICHARD, Martinsville. 



RICKETTS, MARCIA KATHERINE. Wayne. 
Pennsylvania. 



RIDEOUT, FRANCIS NELSON, Stony Creek. 



RILEY, EDWARD MILES, Williamsburg. 



RITCH, STEPHEN WITTMER, St. Petersburg, 
Florida. 



ROBERTS, CARLISS TRENT, Quinby. 



ROBERTS, EDWARD GRAHAM, Suffolk. 



ROBERTS, MORRIS WILLIAM, WarrensviUe 
Heights, Ohio. 




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ROBERTS, TED WORDEN, Martinsville. 

ROBERTSON, GLENN ARTHUR. Wexford, 
Pennsylvania. 

ROBINETT, WILLIAM L., Fairfield, Connecti- 
cut. 

ROBINSON, JANE A., Poquoson. 



ROBINSON, KENNETH JEROME, Arlington. 

ROCKWELL, JEFFREY LOUIS, Pacific Pali- 
sades, California. 

ROETTINGER, ROBIN RUTH, Lake Ronkon- 
toma. New York. 

ROGERS, JANET EVELYN, McLean. 



ROGERS, THOMAS DAVID, Wakefield. 
ROSBOTHAM, LYLE, Baltimore, Maryland. 
ROSSER, ROBIN WALLACE, Billerica, Mas- 
sachusetts. 
ROWAN, MARY LINDA, Virginia Beach. 



ROXBROUGH, LEE K., Alexandria. 
RUBANO, GREGORY LYNN, New Hyde 

Park, Long Island, New York. 
RUCKER, LINDA DELL, Rocky Mount 
RUSSELL, PATRICIA LOUISE, Fort Worth, 
Texas. 



SAARI, BARBARA MARIE, Port Chester, New 
York. 

SADLER, JOHNIE MITCHELL, Virginia 
Beach. 

SANDERS, KENNETH R., Levittown, Penn- 
sylvania. 

SANDQUIST, CHARLOTTE WEBB, Waynes- 
boro. 

SASSER, BRUCE KENT, Carrollton. 

SAUER, BEVERLY ANN, Bahimore, Mary- 
land. 

SAVAGE, CHARLES MICHAEL, Easton, 
Pennsylvania. 

SAVAGE, MICHAEL HENRY, Naugatuck, 
Connecticut. 



SAVAGE, NORDALE EARL, San Antonio, 
Texas. 

SCANTLEBURY, ALICE FREER, Nashville. 
Tennessee. 

SCHILLING, KATHLEEN LAVERNE, Alex- 
andria. 

SCHLENZ, MARTA JANE, Williamsburg. 



SCHMIDT, CHRISTINA MARGARET, Hamil- 
ton, Ohio. 

SCHNEIDER, MARCIA LYNN. Waynesboro. 

SCHUMAKER, CATHERINE SUE. Spring- 
field. 

SCHWENK, SUSAN JANE, Lansdale, Penn- 
sylvania. 



FRESHMEN 211 



SCROGHAM, NANCY KATHRYN, Lynch- 
burg. 
SEAY, WILLIAM WAYNE. Richmond. 
SEEK, GARY LYNN, Fairfax. 
SELBY. ROBERT VANCE. Richmond. 
SELF E, ROBERT WILSON, Richmond 



SELLERS, PAMELA LOUISE, Virginia Beach. 
SEYMOUR. SHARON BECHTEL, LakeviUe, 

Connecticut. 
SHAW, H. KELLY, Lakewood, Ohio. 
SHAW-VAN, MARTHA-JANE, Rochester, 

Minnesota. 
SHEBALIN, JOHN VALENTINE, Arlington. 



SHEPHERD, CAROLYN ANN, Richmond. 
SHIPP, MARJORIE SUSAN, Clifton Forge. 
SHIRLEY. KATHLEEN, Overland Park, 

Kansas. 
SHRADER, STEVEN WYCK, Winchester. 
SHRIVER, MARK OWINGS, Toronto. Ontario. 

Canada. 



SHY, JEFFERY RUSSELL. Birmingham. 

Michigan. 
SILVER. DAVID FREEMAN, Richmond. 
SILVERMAN, JEFFREY SCOTT. Bronx. New 

York. 
SIMMONS. OMA GAIL. Mt. Jackson 
SIMPSON, MICHAEL GARY, Seville, Spain. 



SINGLETON, LINDA SUE, Norfolk. 

SIVERTSEN, KAREN JILL, Virginia Beach. 

SIZEMORE, WILLIAM HOW ARD, JR., Clarks- 
ville. 

SLOAN, DAVID NEAL, New Haven. Connecti- 
cut. 

SLUSSER, MARY CATHERINE, Lexington. 



SMALL, JOHN A., Norfolk. 

SMITH, BETTY ANN, Marion. 

SMITH, EDDIE ANDREW, Staunton 

SMITH, GEORGE WILLIAM. Palatine, Il- 
linois 

SMITH, HARLAN FRENCH. Ardsley, New 
York. 



SMITH. LARRY DAVID. Hampton. 
SMITH, LARRY EUGENE, Dayton. 
SMITH. LESLIE HOLLISTER. Richmond. 
SMITH, PATRICIA JANE, Hopewell. 
SMITH, RONALD B., Charlottesville. 



SMITH, SHARON LEE, Waynesboro. 
SMITH, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH, Atlanta, 

Georgia. 
SMYTHERS. CAROL JANE. Radford. 
SNAPP, SANDRA MAE, Winchester. 
SNEAD, WILLIAM BEN, Lynchburg. 




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SNOW, WILLIAM RILEY, Abilene, Texas. 
SOLLIEN, RICHARD LEIGHTON. Xew-port 
News. 



SOUTHWORTH, PATRICIA ANN, Fredericks- 
burg. 

SPEAKMAN, MAR.JORIE WALLS, Smyrna, 
Delaware. 



SPROUSE, SUSAN DAILEY, Alexandria. 
STAGE, GARY LEE, Easton. Pennsylvania. 



STAGGS, C DIAN, Manka, Philippines. 
STAHL, STEPHANIE DIANE, Arlington. 



STALL, ANNE MARIA, Newport News. 
STANNERS, ROBERT MICHAEL, Annandale. 



STANTON, DIANE GEORGIA, Virginia 
Beach. 

STATHES, LEWIS COLE, Kensington, Mary- 
land. 



STEBBINS, MARTHA MARY, Lynchburg. 
STEVENS. JAMES HENRY, Alexandria. 



STIEBEL, MICHAEL S., Richmond. 
STILES, WILLIAM ALFRED, JR., McLean. 




FRESHMEN 213 



STITH, DONN LYNN, Richmond. 

ST. JOHN, SANDRA BRIDGET, Newington, 

Connecticut. 
STOUT, WILLIAM LEE, Williamsburg. 
STRACHAN, WILLIAM JAMES, Levittown, 

Pennsylvania. 
STREAGLE, SUZANNE FAY, Seaford. 



STRUNCE, DAVID GAYLEN, Winchester. 
SUBER, WILLIAM OR\'ILLE. Greenwood, 

South Carolina. 
SULLIVAN, PAUL V., Alvin, Texas. 
SWAIM, CHERYL LUISE, South Boston. 
SWANSON, MARGARET VERENA, Fairfax. 



TARPLEY, ELIZABETH ANN, Richmond. 

TAYLOR, DEBBIE D., Sharpsville, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

TAYLOR, VERNON GARY, JR., Hampton. 

TERRILL, NANCY FRENCH, Burlington, 
Vermont. 

TERRY, RUTHIE C, Critz. 



TEW, EDWARD JOHN, Hampton. 
THACKER, BRUCE EDWARD, Arlington. 
THIEL. ANTHONY MICHAEL, Shaker 

Heights, Ohio. 
THOMPSON, JAMES NEAL, JR., Alexandria. 
THRASHER, CATHERINE ANN, Chesapeake. 



TOMECK, EDWARD MICHAEL, Saratoga 
Springs, New York. 

TOMLINSON, EDWARD LEE, JR., Arling- 
ton. 

TOONE, JANICE LEE, Triangle. 

TRENT. NANCY RUSSELL, Frankfort, Ken- 
tucky. 

TROGDON, LINDA IRENE, Arlington. 

TROUP, CHARLES GORDON, Quincy, Mas- 
sachusetts. 

TULLOCH, ANDREA LOUISE, Waynesboro. 

TUNDERMANN, LEONARD KARL, Oaklyn, 
New Jersey. 

TURNER, CHRISTINE ELIZABETH, Baby- 
lon, New York. 

TURNER, PATRICIA LOUISE, Falls Church. 

TUTHILL, JANET CAROLINE, Williams- 
burg. 

UPHAM, THOMAS LEROY, Wales Center, 
New York. 

VAIL, ELIZABETH RESPESS, Alexandria. 

VALVA, JAMES VINCENT, Brooklyn, New 
York. 

VALZ, ROBERT KINNEY, Richmond. 

VAN HORN. FRANK CHARLES. Delaware, 
New Jersey. 

VAN HOUTEN, KAREN HELENE, Port 
Credit, Ontario, Canada. 

VAUGHAN. SUSAN FR.ANCES. Richmond. 

VAUGHN. CURTIS LYNWOOD. Bedford. 

VEBELHER. LENORE KATHERINE, Alex- 
andria. 



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VERNIER, DAVID CHARLES, Fairborn. Ohio 
VOGEL, VIRGINIA ANNE. Norfolk. 
VREELAND. MARITTA S . Pasadena. Cali- 
fornia. 
\V..\GNER, ELLEN LOUISE, Arlington. 
WAITES, ALAN, Annandale. 



WALKER. BAKER MARTIN, West Point. 

WALTERS, ANN GWYN, Salem. 

WALTRIP. DEBORAH JEANNE, Williams- 
burg . 

WARBURTON, JOHN STEPHEN, North Al- 
tleboro. Massachusetts. 

WARD. ALVIN NORMAN. Devon, Pennsvl- 



WARD. JAMES ARTHUR, Norfolk 

WARE, CAROL ELIZABETH, Oxford, Penn- 
sylvania. 

WARRICK, ANNE FILLMORE, Norfolk. 

WATTS, SHELLEY ANN, Scarsdale, New 
York. 

WEBB, JAMES RODERICK, Waynesboro. 



WEBB, RAYMOND COOPER, JR., Roanoke. 
WEBSTER. TONYA FAYE, Roanoke. 
WEDD, GEORGE GOULD, JR , Bon Air. 
WEDDING, TERESA LYNNE, Arlington. 
WEDDLE. WILLIAM ELLIOT, Alexandria. 



WEIGLE, GREGORY PAUL. Bedford. New- 
York 

WEIHER, KENNETH EDWARD, Glenshaw, 
Pennsylvania. 

WELTER. BRIAN FRANCIS, Norfolk. 

WEST, GERALD MARTIN. Chincoteague. 

WESTENHAVER. DOUGLAS LEF, Fairfax. 



WESTER. NANCY EUGENIA. Norfolk. 

WKTHERELL. BARBARA ANNE, Williams- 
burg. 

WHEAT, JAMES BRYANT, Newport News. 

WHITE. CRAIG DENNIS. Lake Oswego. Ore- 
gon, 

WHITE, PAUL RICHARD, Arlington. 

WHITENACK. BRUCE GEORGE. New 
Shrewsbury. New Jersey. 

WILHOUKNF.SAKA RANDOLPH. Richmond. 

WILLIAMS, CAROLYN ELIZABETH, New- 
port News 

WILLIAMS, EMPSY MARSHALL, Black- 
stone. 

WILLIAMSON, JOEL EDWARD, Brookings, 
South Dakota. 



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WILSON, CONNIE JUNE, Disputanta. 
WILSON, JAMES THOMAS, Newport News. 
WILSON, MARK DAVID, Richmond. 
WILSON. PATRICK COALE, Mexico City, 
Mexico. 



WILSON. SANDRA ANN. Portsmouth, 

WILSON, STEPHEN ERNEST, Mount Sav- 
age, Maryland. 

WILSON, SUZANN GAIL. Charleston, West 
Virginia. 

WINFREE, LANE, Alexandria. 



WINFREE. WILLIAM ASHTON, III. Rich- 
mond. 

WOOD, CAROLYN SUE, Bassett. 

WOODWARD, DOUG CAMERON, Ralston, 
Nebraska. 

WOOLEYHAN, JOHN C, Quincy, Illinois. 



WOOTEN. ALICE HALL, Camden. South 

Carolina. 
WRIGHT. CHRISTOPHER GRANT, Guthrie. 

Oklahoma. 
WYNKOOP, MARILYN ALICE. Downsville, 

New York. 
WYNKOOP, WALDON W., Round Hill. 



YOKSAS, ALBERT CHARLES, Alexandria. 
YOUMAN, ROBERT JAMES, Arlington. 
YOWELL, MARY ANNE, Vienna. 
ZIMMERMAN, CARL MITCHELL, Alex- 
andria. 



ZIMMERMAN, LESTER. Demarest. New 

Jersey. 
ZINKE. KATHLEEN DOROTHY. Honeoye 

Falls. New York. 
ZUBER, LINDA JEAN, Norfolk 
ZUCKER, CHERYL R., North Caldwell, New 

Jersey. 





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New York. 
BARREIT, CHARLES BUTLER, Skippers. 
BARTLETT, GILBERT A., Williamsburg. 
BEALE, SAM TALL, III, Williamsburg. 



BOLTON. LAWRENCE EVERETT, Garden 

City, New York. 
BOYD, JAMES ALLISON, Draper. 
BUSBEE, HOWARD JAMES, Williamsburg. 
BUTLER, F. PRINCE, SufTolk. 



COHEN, NATHANIEL JAMES, Virginia 

Beach. 
CONNOR, THOMAS A., Norfolk. 
DAVIS, WILLIAM E., Rich Square, North 

Carolina. 
EVANS, JAMES AUGUST, Pine City, New 

York. 



GARRETT, STACY F., Ill, Virginia Beach. 
GOLDEN, WALTER B., III. Fairfax. 
GOODRICH. JOHN H., JR , Glastonbury, 

Connecticut. 
GRILL, FREDERICK POWELL, Bloomfield, 

New Jersey. 



HECHTKOPF, EUGENE ALAN, Norfolk. 

HENDEL, ROBERT A , Longmeadow, Massa- 
chusetts. 

HOLLANDER, BARRY M, St. Louis, Missouri. 

HOLLOWELL, THOMAS PARMELE, Burling- 
ton, Iowa. 



HOLTZMULLER, PAUL ELLIOTT, Eaton, 
Ohio. 

JESUELE, SAL JAMES, Williamsburg. 

JONES, GEORGE HERMAN. Dover, Dela- 
ware. 

KENT, CHARLES ERIC, Norfolk. 



KNIGHT. CLARENCE E , III, Hampton. 
LOWMAN, ROBERT ANTHONY. Radford. 
MARKS, ALVIN B., JR., William.sburg. 
MORLEY, PAUL MARVIN, Englewood, Colo- 
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PARKER, ANDREW DAVID, JR., Lake- 
side, Ohio. 



PARKER, ROBERT S., JR., Bedford. 
PATTESON, JAMES CRAIG, Richmond. 
REED, JOHN CHILTON, Pensacola, 

Florida. 
REVELEY. HUGHES KENNEDY, JR., 

Virginia Beach, 



REYNOLDS, SUSAN LEVINE, Danville. 

SAUNDERS, HARRY DAVID, Belleville, 
Illinois. 

SCEARCE, DONALD EDWARD, Wil- 
liamsburg. 

SEITZ. ELEANOR, Danville, Pennsvl- 



SHELTON, MARTIN RANDOLPH, Wor- 
sham. 

SMITH, WALTER AUGUSTUS, III, 
Bethesda, Maryland. 

TOMES, ROBERT EDWARD, Richmond 

WALKER, DOUGLAS DONALD, Ridge- 
ley, West Virginia. 



WANDREl, ROBERT THOMAS, Draper. 

WELLONS, WILLIAM LINDLEY, Vic- 
toria. 

WHITE, RONALD WESLEY, Williams- 
burg. 

WOERLE, RONALD A., Williamsburg. 








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Student 
Association 



Brad Davis — President 



The Student Association coordinates administration 
and student activities and needs. As an organization 
representing all students, it sponsored book fairs, the 
Homecoming Dance, Mid-Winters, and Spring Finals. 
Meeting bimonthly on Tuesday evenings, the SA en- 
couraged student discussion and comments on campus 
issues like Open Housing and mandatory class attend- 
ance. In addition, the Faculty Evaluation, Campus Im- 
provements and Publication Committees took an active 
part in the SA progi'am. 




GENERAL COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE- FRONT ROW; 
Su.san Baskerville. Dr. V. McKenna, Bob Blair. Dean .J.VV. 
Lambert -Chairman, Dean BE Donaldson, Mr .1 Kelley, 



Suzanne Pearce. SECOND ROW: Ric McKittick, Dr. L. Schif- 
rin, Dave Davis, Bob Stevenson, John Keiler. 



223 




SA REPRESENTATIVES -FRONT ROW: Cynthia 
Goodrich, Cheri Anderson, Judy Banks, Carole 
Green, Liz Ramsey, Dave Davis, Johnne Whicker, 
Brad Davis, Janet Watkins, Jo Carol Sale, Brucie 
McKenzie, Sharon Georgie. SECOND ROW: John 
Keiter, Susan Cunningham, Ellen Pugh, Gloria 
Gracian, Helen Twiford. Lynda Lotz, Nancy Terrill, 
Jo Anne Deacon, Lorraine Burgio, Jo Lynn Mc- 
Cauley, Anne Bradstreet, Gregory Hoover. THIRD 
ROW: Kerry Sawick, Linell Broecker, Kennon Pate, 
Sharon Reeder, Frosty Hoskins, Donnie Chancellor, 
Cathy Coleman. Gail Gates, Mary Thompson, Nora 



Morsch, Brian Festa. FOURTH ROW: Jim Almand, 
Al Wergley, Mark LaCroix, Barbara Massie, Connie 
Scott, Ginger Smith, Kathleen Hawks, Lyndal An- 
drews, Elise Frazier. FIFTH ROW: Robert Blair, 
James Newsom, Tim Walton, Jeff Shy, Russell 
Smeds, Rod Klima, Bruce Oliver, Bob Fitzgerald, 
Dick Owens, Bruce Dallas. SIXTH ROW: Ronnie 
Vernon, Dave Fabian, Tim Marvin, Steve Isaacs, 
Dick Knight. Bill Long, Bob Jendron. Glenn Robert- 
son, Patrick Stoner, Chuck Alverson, Jerry Lazarus, 
Wayne Giberson. 




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Eager students rush into the SA Book Fair. 



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Dave Davis — Vice-President 



Students and parents enjoy Parent's Day luncheon. 




KXKCUTIVE CtJUNCIL FRONT ROW: Bob Blair, 
•Janet Watkins — treasurer. Brad Davis — president, 
Johnnc Whicker -.secretary. Dave Davis — vice-pres- 



ident, Judv Banks. SECOND ROW: John Kciter, 
Wayne Giberson, Rod Klima, Bruce Oliver. Dave 
Fabian. Fioh Jendron 



225 




Crowds line the streets at the annual Homecoming Parade 




SA sponsored the Mid-Winters Concert with Ian and SylviE 




Blow Gym is the setting for Chad and Jeremy's 1967 Spring Finals 
Concert. 



226 




President's Aides 



The President's Aides serve the administration in a 
social capacity as representatives of the students. The 
eleven-member committee also acts in an advisory role 
when called upon by the President. Composed of presi- 
dents of eight major campus organizations (President of 
the Student Association, Chairman of the Men's Honor 
Council, Chairman of the Women's Honor Council, 
President of WDA, President of the Senior Class, Presi- 
dent of the Junior Class, President of Mortar Board, 
and President of Omicron Delta Kappa) and three 
members at large, the Aides are included in the official 
party at convocations and commencement. 



President's Aides are introduced at Opening Convocation. 




FRONT ROW: Sus.in Maskerville, Lucy KnuKiird. -Suzanne 
Pearcc, Bill Seibert. SECOND RO\V: John Keiter, Ric 



.McKittnck, Uan I)arrat;h, Mol) Trice, Dave Kutledfje. Hob 
HIair. 



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Men's 

Honor Council 



The Men's Honor Council super- 
vises the operation of the honor code. 
It encourages an understanding and 
appreciation of the system, reviews 
the policies and procedures of the 
code periodically, and investigates 
alleged honor violations and tries 
offenders. A major function of the 
group is to introduce the code to new 
students. 




FRONT ROW; Tom Wright -vice-chauman, 
Dave Rutledge — chairman, Gregg Hansen. 
SECOND ROW: Bob Brown, Al Murray - 



secretary, Donn Wonnell, Keilh Dayton, Gary 
Newman. 




Honor Council Chairmen Suzanne Pearce and Dave Rutledge make 
plans for introducing new students to the honor system. 




Council members explam the policies and procedures of an effective 
honor system before freshmen sign their pledge cards. 



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Women's Honor Council 




Originating from the "gentleman's 
code of behavior" of the colonial col- 
lege, the Honor System emphasizes 
each student's responsibility. The 
Women's Honor Council perpetuates 
the system by orienting new students 
to its objectives through discussion 
groups, a test, and a pledge card 
signing ceremony. Members, elected 
annually, investigate breaches of the 
honor code and count election ballots. 



The Men's and Women's Honor Councils work to revise and clarify the Honor System Handbook. 





Cheryl Anderson, Lynn Andrew, Susan Small 
— secretary, Lucy Kinnaird — vice-chairman. 



Suzanne Pearce — chairman, Kathy Kearney, 
Carol Bender, Lynda Lotz. 



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Men's Dormitory Council 




The Men's Dormitory Council, advised by Dean 
McGurk, plans and coordinates inter-dormitory activities. 
Composed of representatives from each dorm and frater- 
nity, the group discusses disciplinary questions and aids 
residence counselors in their supervisory responsibilities. 




DORMITORY COUNSELORS AND MANAGERS -FRONT ROW: 
Richard Knight, Alvin Anderson. John Keiter. SECOND ROW: Dee 
Craig. Steve Cochran, Dave Rutledge. THIRD ROW: Gregg Hansen, 
Dannv Mills. 



JUNIOR AND SENIOR DORMITORY COUNCIL -FRONT ROW: 
Dan Farlin. Archie Galloway. SECOND ROW: Rick Barnes. Hugh 
Babington-Smith, Dennis McConnell. THIRD ROW: Denis Lane. John 
Greene. FOURTH ROW: Basil Furr, Doug Volz, Paul Lankford. Larry 
Streetman. 




FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE DORMITORY COUNCIL- FRONT 
ROW: Jeryl Mumpower, Gardner Murphy. Ken Unzicker. Lee Area. 
Greg Hoover. Jim O'Brian, Keith Witt. SECOND ROW: Brian Mur- 
phy, Tim Maguigan, Rayburn Powell. James Knudsen, Sandy Bridges, 



Dick Sizemore, John Crowe. THIRD ROW: Wallace Akers, Jamie 
Cowles. George Collins. Alan Wohlleben. Bob North. John Greene. 
FOURTH ROW: Mike Mense. Alan Forde. Mark Hettermann, Jim 
Alniand. Bruce Dallas. Ken Weiher. Denis Lane. 



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Women's Dormitory Association 




The Women's Dormitory Associa- 
tion acts as a liaison between the 
women students in residence and the 
administration in the application of 
social rules. Helping to select house 
presidents, counselors, and sponsors, 
aiding dorms to acquire needed equip- 
ment, and offering scholarships are 
all functions of the WDA. The Rule 
Change Committee, composed of 
elected student representatives, sug- 
gests feasible rule alterations. 



FRONT ROW: Bobbie Henry, Susan Basker- 
ville — president, Marilyn Giorgio — vice- 
president, Missy Galloway — secretary, 
Butchie Good — treasurer, Susan Harvell. 
SECOND ROW; Lynn Dryer, Wynne White- 
hurst, Susan Mallory, Cathie Calvert, Janet 



Watkins, Linda Clark. THIRD ROW: Sara- 
jane Auman, Bobbie Grove, Gale Gibson. 
Lynn Andrew, Nancy Verser, Linda Vacca. 
FOURTH ROW: Mary Hurn, Becky Vaughan, 
Anne Nelms, Mary Clare Fitzgerald, Judy 
McGehee, Karen Haas, Pat Milliren. 



Kathy Green expresses her views at a house presidents' meeting. 





WDA President. Su.san Baskerville. di.scusses the bermuda shorts 
policy with the Rules Change Committee. 



231 



Group Leaders 



The Orientation Group Leaders, 
selected for scholarship, character, 
and leadership, assisted the freshman 
men during their first week by in- 
forming them of the history, regula- 
tions, and social practices of the Col- 
lege. Returning early, these men 
helped to formulate plans for Orien- 
tation Week. 




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FRONT ROW: Jack Norman, Richard Knight, Donn Wonnell^a.ssi.s- 
tant head. Chuck Hux.saw. Fred Slight -head group leader. Gregg 
Hansen -assi.slant head. Will Hooker, John King. Mike Uuheley. 
Rick Lawson. Bruce Oliver, SKCOND ROW: David Cole, Jim Stout. 
Sieve Cocliran. Ken Smith. Tony Gambardella. Steve Larson. Jim 
Douthal, Bill Collins, Bill Gille.-^pie. Don Gates, Buddy Kling. THIRD 
ROW: Frank Smith. Phil Paschall. Richard Potter. Wayne Alley. 
James Newman, Bob Holmes. Bruce Cook. Al Wergley, John Daley, 



Gordon Kellett, Keith Dayton. FOURTH ROW: Jack Tompkins, 
George Nance, Don Roberts, Russ Hereford. David Orgel. Jim Kane. 
Bob Beason. Chris Sherman. Boh Bendall. Dick Owens. Bill Donahue. 
FIFTH ROW: Bobby Walker. Dan Harvey. Tim Bevins. Richard 
Richels, Jim Taylor. Stanley Wojno, Destry Jarvi^. Tim Hunter. Dan 
Perry. Robert Blair, Craig Burgraff. Ken Unzicker, Jim Goaider. 
SIXTH ROW: Steve Wing. Dick Holfman. Mike Chesson. Charlie 
Dent. Bill Tropf. 



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Orientation Sponsors 




FRONT ROW: Joanna Blanton, Jane Hale, Krin Larson -assistant 
head, Kerry Sawick — head sponsor, Susan Swearingen, Kathie 
Rankin, Judy Rader. SECOND ROW: Jane Neff. Suzanne Edge, 
Colleen Cameron, Susie Maclntyre, Sherry Kardis, Charlene Kramer, 
Lynn Hecht. THIRD ROW: Sheila Fuller, Cheryl Scott, Linda Beer- 
hower, Donnie Chancellor, Gail Gates, Butchie Good, Sue Register, 



Pam Culley. FOURTH ROW: Carolyn Dance, Gerry Balles. Jan 
Graham, Dale Bruheck, Debbie Hall. Margie Byrer, Caroline Hayes, 
Fran Gretes. FIFTH ROW: Roberta Hampton, Marti Cook, Kathy 
Kearney, Su.san Burge.ss, Jane Ledbetter, Mariane Lester. Carol 
Crute, Linda Scott, Connie Scott. 



Orientation Spons 
opened "Commons 



and their freshmen are the first to enjoy dining privileges in the newly 




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The job of the sixty-two Orientation 
Sponsors was to familiarize fresliman 
women with life at William and Mary. 
Beginninj^ with wclcominj^ letters in 
August, these upperclass women at- 
tempted to acquaint their group mem- 
bers with the campus traditions, dorm 
life, Honor System, and social life. 
Although their job was to a.ssist the 
Class of 1971 with Orientation Week, 
these Sponsors continued to counsel 
their girls throughout the year. 



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Honoraries 





234 



Phi Beta Kappa 




The Alpha of Virginia Chapter of 
Phi Beta Kappa, founded in 1776, 
honored excellence in scholarship 
with the traditional initiation cere- 
mony in the Apollo Room of the Ra- 
leigh Tavern on December 5. The 
guest speaker on this occasion was 
Saunders Reading of the University 
of North Carolina, who spoke on 
"Excellence and Equality, the Eter- 
nal Delimma." Another guest, and 
past member of the William and 
Mary faculty, was Dabney Stuart, 
who read selections from his poetry. 
Not pictured: Frederick Scott Black, 
Nancy Lee Bonifant. Paul Dainer, 
Margaret Davis, Jacquelyn Dulin, 
Cheryl Griffiths, Nancy Laird, Ann 
Loud, Pat Milliren, Veronica Mul- 
cahy, Jane Myers, Ian O'Flaherty. 



FRONT ROW: Michele Lx)izzi, Joan Wood- 
ward, Rose Connelly, Lynn Kingery, Patri- 
cia Crowe, Anne Brisebois. Naida Harlow, 
Barbara Holley, Sue L. Miller, Ellen 
Shorter. SECOND ROW: Patti Carlson, 
Joyce Hill. Yvonne Peters, Mary Hurn, 



Diana Barocco, Geordie Paulus, Merle 
Markwith, Alison Brenner, Geri Schnebli, 
Alice Moberg THIRD ROW: Robert Cline, 
John Mueller, Barry Cressman. William 
Seibert. 



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Amid a throng of holly-bearing students, ODK members carry the Yule Log into the Wren Great 
Hall for the annual celebration. 



FRONT ROW: Dr. Alexander Kallos, Dr. Richard Curry. SECOND 
ROW: Bob Cline - vice-president. Ric McKittrick, Bob Blair, Mr. 
Howard Smith -secretary-treasurer THIRD ROW: Bob Trice- 
president, John Keiter, Chris Sherman. FOURTH ROW: Bruce Oliv- 
er, Barry Cressman, Jim Jancaitis 



Omicron Delta Kappa 



Omicron Delta Kappa, a national men's leadership 
honorary, was formed to recognize high attainment in 
collegiate activities and to inspire others to strive for 
similiar attainments, to bring together men from var- 
ious phases of College life to consider questions of local 
and inter-collegiate interest, and to bring faculty and 
students together on a basis of mutual interest and 
understanding. In the spring the Society sponsors the 
Leadership Forum which features a speaker of national 
prominence. 

Dean Lambert, Larry White, Sam Kushner, and Dr. Kallos partici- 
pate in the ODK sponsored Leadership Forum. 





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Mortar Board 



Mortar Board was established in 1918 as a senior 
women's honor society dedicated to the recognition of 
outstanding college scholarship, leadership, and service. 
The William and Mary chapter, founded in 1928, con- 
tinues to promote these ideals. Mortar Board's twelve 
women sponsored the sale of mums at Homecoming to 
provide funds for a scholarship, desserts for Dean's List 
women students, and the Great Lecture Series, and 
worked with Omicron Delta Kappa on the Yule Log 
Ceremony. 




Kerry Sawick sells Mortar Board mums on Homecoming Day. 



Mortar Board honors Dean's List women with a dessert. 



FRONT ROW: Judy Johnson, Carole Green, Lee Bonifant, Merle 
Markwith. SECOND ROW: Mary Yeager, Carol Bender, Marilyn 



Giorgio, Kerry Sawick, Lucy Kinnaird, Pat Milliren. 




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Alpha 
Lambda Delta 



Alpha Lambda Delta, the freshman 
women's honorary fraternity, recog- 
nizes those attaining at least a 2.5 
average. By encouraging girls who 
have shown achievement their fresh- 
man year, this organization hopes 
to stimulate continued excellence 
through their college careers. After 
pledging and initiation at the spring 
banquet, new members join in the 
tutoring service that Alpha Lambda 
Delta sponsors. 




FRONT ROW: Megan Shields- vice-presi- 
dent. Carol Crute — president. Charlene Bald- 
win-treasurer. SECOND ROW; Nancy 
Woodward, Jane Hale, Branch Page. Mary Jo 
Monk, Carolyn Dance. THIRD ROW: Gail 



Whilaker, Cheryl Scott, Mary Lee Alder.son, 
Janet Shields. Cora Boswell. FOURTH ROW: 
Karen Hudson. Mary Stites, Frankie Mitchell. 
Lvnn John.son. Cathv Covell. Lee Hamilton. 



Phi Eta Sigma 




Established locally in 1965, Phi 
Eta Sigma Fraternity honors fresh- 
man and sophomore men to recogniz- 
ing outstanding scholastic achieve- 
ment. Early second semester. Phi Eta 
Sigma extended its activities by spon- 
soring a Scholarship Information 
Evening which presented the require- 
ments and benefits of available aid, 
including the Draper, Fullbright, and 
Woodrow Wilson Scholarships. 



FRONT ROW: Robert Wagner. Walter 
Stumph — treasurer. Randy Bell -correspond- 
ing secretary, Dennis Denenberg- president. 
John Boswell -vice-president. Paul Dainer- 



recording secretary. Bob Irvin. SECOND 
ROW: John Gallo, George Rowan. Alan 
Wohlleben, James Samson, Ian O'Flaherty, 
Kevin Crim, Clav Sassaman. 



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Pi Delta Epsilon 




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FRONT ROW: Mr. Ross Weeks -advisor. Mr. Scott 
Donaldson — advisor, Steve Ziglar, Betty Wyatt — 
secretary, Lynn Cooke — treasurer, Debby Duel — pres- 
ident, Florence Fra.ser — vice-president, Jo Lynne 
Stancil, Madeline Billy, Diane Goodman. Dr. Alexan- 
der Kallos, Wilfred Kale. SECOND ROW: Nancy Ver- 
ser, Tizzy Sturges, Mary Chris Schmitz, Francie Reed, 
Betsy Seaver, Ann Warrington, Kerry Sawick, Linell 

PDE members enjoy an informal reception after initiation. 




Broecker, Merle Markwith, Margie Randall, Marilyn 
Johnson, Beth Distler. Bea Peca. THIRD ROW: Bruce 
Oliver, Mr. Hugh DeSamper, Bill Seibert, Paul Davis, 
Steve Row, Mr. Don Gonzales, Don Roberts, Steve 
Cochran, Steve Wing, Al Littlejohn, Quentin Van 
Meter. FOURTH ROW: Bruce Sylvester, Ric Mc- 
Kittrick, Chris Sherman, Torrey Froscher. 



Pi Delta Epsilon. the largest and olde.st collegiate 
journalism fraternity, honors juniors and seniors for 
service and accomplishments on student publications and 
WCWM radio. PDE's major activities included a Publica- 
tions Open House for Freshmen in September, the Spring 
Publications Banquet, and sponsoring visiting journalism 
speakers, including Howard K. Smith. 




At the I'DE spring banquet. Laurie Hatchings Jones is announced as 

"Miss William and Marv 1967." 



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Delta Omicron 



Delta Omicron, a women's music 
fraternity, includes students inter- 
ested in music as well as majors in 
this field. Working with Phi Mu Alpha 
Sinfonia, the group presented Gilbert 
and Sullivan's Ruddigore in early 
November. Members sponsored stu- 
dent recitals and held a spring music 
tea. 




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KRONT HOW: Karen Isdi^n - recording secre- 
tary. Dorothy .Scott- vice-pri'sident. Nancy 
Spears — president. Kam King - vice-presi- 
dent, Deanie Kahl —corresponding secretary. 
Ann Loud- treasurer. SECOND ROW: Ellen 
Phillips. Lynne Richardson, Sue F. Miller, 



Kathy 'loung, Keiia Dowdy, .lane Smith. Pat 
Arledge THIRD ROW: Alice Carlton, Dehbie 
Filkins. Nancy Long. .Susan Hollis, Laurie 
Roberts. Elizabeth Bremer, FOURTH ROW: 
Nancy Darnell. Sue Grouse, Carol Taylor. 
Linda Yuhas, Nancy Feil, Jeanne Obenchain. 



Ruddigore stars. Bill Brooke, Sue Grouse, and 

Frank Hynicker. win audience approval. 



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Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 



Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a men's 
music fraternity encouraging inter- 
est and achievement in professional 
entertainment. In October, William 



and Mary's chapter received the "Best 
Chapter" Award for 1966-1967. In 
addition to Ruddigore, Phi Mu Alpha 
sponsored individual recitals. 




an operetta. 



Frightened bridesmaids seek safety from the bad baronet of Ruddigore, Dick Young. 




FRONT ROW: William Royaii. Kicliard Young -president, 
Walter Stumpf Rannie Vernon. Edmund Henderson, Jr., 
Gregg Beatty. SECOND ROW Bill Bonner, l.ylc Bagley' 
Michael Turner, William Beamer. Robert F. Miller. Brian 



White, Dr. F. D. Truesdell -advisor. THIRD KUW: Frank 
Hynicker- corresponding-secretary. Everett Casey -vice- 
president. Frederick Korty-recording-.secretary, Steve Ziglar, 
Don Korte, Dick Owens. 



241 



Abelian Society 



Originally I'ounded as an interest 
group, the Abelian Society is William 
and Marys only honorary mathe- 
matics organization. Programs this 
year included speakers and films 
dealing with current topics in mathe- 
matics. An open house in the spring 
acquainted interested sophomores 
with the Math Department and its 
faculty. 




FRONT ROW: Louise Saulnier, Lynne Rich- 
ardson—secretary-treasurer. Sue L. Miller- 
president, Cheryl Gril'liths, Geri Schnebli. 
SECOND ROW: Peggy Eggleston, Yvonne 



Peters, Kerry Sawick. Mary Yeager THIRD 
ROW: Bette .Scott. Barbara HoUey. Suzi 
Andrews. Reggie Armentrout. Merle 
Markwith. 




Chi Delta Phi 



Chi Delta Phi, the women's na- 
tional honorary literary fraternity, 
recognizes the creative efforts of both 
student and faculty members. All 
women are invited to submit original 
short stories, poems, and articles, the 
best of which are printed in the orga- 
nization's magazine. The Litterateur. 



FRONT ROW: Vicky Campbell -treasurer. 
Pat Butler, Sue Scruggs -secretary. Carolyn 
Brock- vice-president, Robin Russell -presi- 
dent. Mr Alex P. MacGregor- advisor. Betsy 



Seaver. SECOND ROW: Ruth Mayo. Peggy 
Palmer. Victoria Read. Ronnee Repka. Kay 
Tucker. 



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Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha 



Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha, an honorary 
forensic fraternity, honors excellence in debate. The 
symbol of the society is a key bearing the six letters of its 
name and five points representing the five areas of 



rhetoric. Membership is opened to all outstanding de- 
baters and orators. The eight active and four honorary 
members are advised by Mr. Donald L. McConkey. 




FRONT ROW: Debbie Filkins. Mike Cbesson - vice-president. Susan 
Reynolds. Margie Byrer. SECOND ROW: Jim Parker. Dick Sizemore. 



-Jobn Morello. Dean Hewes, .Jim Lowe- president. Mr. Donald L. 
McConkev — advisor. 




FRONT ROW: Diane Lucas, Edward 
Shreeves — second vice-president. Iwdia Bul- 
ynko — corresponding secretary. Phil Pascball 
-first vice-president. Julie Pendleton — 
president. SECOND ROW: Yetta Jacobs, 



Frankie Mitchell, Blaine Brim. Warwick 
Dcyrrle. Carolyn Peyronnet. .Sharon Yager. 
THIRD ROW: .Sandy Skeen. Susie Davi, Ron 
Campbell, David Winn. Ann Chancellor, 
Dora Smith. 



Eta Sigma Phi 



Honoring students who maintain 
high averages in Latin and Greek, 
Eta Sigma Phi strives to stimulate 
and increase interest in ancient 
Roman and Greek art and literature. 
I'he honorary fraternity held a recep- 
tion for ancient language students 
and professors in October and also 
sent a delegation to the Hampdcn- 
Sydney classical interest meeting. 



243 




P'RONT ROW; Jo Lynnu Stancil - president. Ur. J. 
Galfo- advisor, Ellen Shorter- treasurer. SECOND 



ROW: Donna (Jorman. Nancy Pnebe, Carol Pearn- 
secretary. Boh Johnson, Barbara Holley. 



Kappa Delta Pi 



Phi Alpha Delta 



Phi Alpha Delta, a profes.sional and fraternal orga- 
nization, serves all three phases of legal endeavor — 
student, law school, and Bar. During the year the mem- 
bers attended a statewide seminar on the creation and 
function of a corporation. PAD also conducted a profes- 
sional speakers program, a used book sale, and tours of 
the State and Federal penal systems. 



The Alpha Xi chapter of Kappa Delta Pi was estab- 
lished at the College in 1927. Its purpose as a national 
honor fraternity is to recognize outstanding contribu- 
tions to education and encourage interest in this field as 
a profession. One of the year's highlights was the initia- 
tion ceremony followed by a banquet and distinguished 
speaker. 




FRONT ROW: Robert Elliot. Robert Wick-clerk, George Jen>en- 
vice-justice, John Goodrich. Jr.— justice. Glenn Relyea — treasurer, 
James Evans -marshall, SECOND ROW William Wellons. Robert 



Simpson, Jr , Fred Grill, Joseph Buxton, John Boberg. THIRD ROW: 
Kent Millikan, Charles Kent, Hughes Reveley, Jr., Robert Scott, 
Walter A. Smith. III. Richard Harding. David Stewart. 



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FRONT ROW: Sal Jesuele-. secretary, Sam 
Beale — magister. Butler Barrett — treasurer, 
Gary Legner, Dallas Patterson. SECOND 
ROW: John Gaidies, Pete Holtzmuller, Joe 
Crouch, Hal Dail, Prince Butler, Murray 
Loring, David Agat.stein. THIRD ROW: Don 
Ricketts, Larry Bolton, Cy Phillips, Scott 
Swan, Bob Lowman, Don Morton, Mark Dray. 
Ed Knight, Bob Wandrei. FOURTH ROW: 
Jerry Robertson, Charles Friend, Wayne 



Spencer, Tom Home. FIFTH ROW: Andy 
Parker, Ron White, Bob Durham, Alan 
Hechtkopf, Lloyd Rials, Doug Walker. SIXTH 
ROW: Jim Savedge, Nick Cohen. Tom Clark, 
David Sutelan, Bill Shannon. David Dicker- 
son. Keith Walters. Howard Busbee. 
SEVENTH ROW: Glenn Sedam. Dick Repp. 
Stacy Garrett. Bob Kahn. Barry Hollander. 
Paul Morlev. Pete Marks. 



Phi Delta Phi 



Phi Delta Phi. the nation's oldest 
and largest legal fraternity, provides 
a program of both professional and 
social events. Its local chapter, the 
Jefferson Inn, holds monthly dinner 
meetings open to all law students, 
which feature speakers from many 
areas of the legal profession. The Inn 
also gives recognition to achievement 
in the profession through honorary 
initiation, sponsors field trips, and 
supports local civic programs such as 
the bloodmobile. 



A highlight of the Inn's activities was a two-day trip 
to Washington, D.C., during which the group talked with 
top State Department officers, including Assistant Secre- 
tary Nicholas DeB. Katzenbach, followed by an informal 
question and answer period with the Vice-President of 
the United States, Hubert Humphrey. The law students 
visited the Department of Defense, where they were ad- 
dressed by Mr. Paul Nitze and received a briefing on Viet 
Nam. After a tour of the Supreme Court, a luncheon was 
held which was attended by Senators Dirksen of Illinois, 
Byrd of Virginia, and Percy of Illinois. 





Andy Parker and Glenn Sedam were among students meeting with 
Vice-President Humphrey during the fraternity "s Washington I rip. 



Phi Delia I'hi nuiiiliers and guests enjoy their November bantiuel. 



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FRONT ROW: Dr. Stanley B. Williams- 
advisor, Joan Woodward — secretary, Kenny 
Tremble -president, Diana Barocco — vice- 



president. SECOND ROW: Heidi Pixton, 
Sandra Price, Kathy Burge. 



Psi Chi 



Working with tlie Psychology Club, 
Psi Chi, a national psychology frater- 
nity, sponsored a number of films and 
speakers throughout the year. To 
stimulate the science of psychology, 
the group encouraged individual re- 
search and scholarship. 



Pi Delta Phi 



Promoting the understanding and 
appreciation of the French language 
and culture, Pi Delta Phi had an ac- 
tive calendar. This national French 
honorary planned several initiations 
and a tea so that prospective French 
majors and their professors might be- 
come better acquainted. 




FRONT ROW: Patrina Kabbri, Naida Har- 
low, Veronica Mulcahy — vice-president. Anne 
Brisebois — president, Martha Shaw — secre- 
tary. Or, J. Luke Martel-advi,sor. SECOND 
HOW: Jeanne Obenchain, Pat Zopul, Jean 



Michael, Lynne Richardson, Suzi Andrews, 
Susan Morrisey. THIRD ROW: Bill Seiliert, 
Linda Stickel, Carol Spears Jenny Seward, 
Gail Varela, Linda Hornstein, 



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FRONT ROW: Robert Henninger. Patrick 
Stoner. SECOND ROW; Mr Stephen Paledes, 
Jody Deas. Edward Martin. Joyce Hill -presi- 
dent. Robert Gatewood — vice-president. Mary 
Ellen Newman -secretary, Mr. Albert E. 



Haak. THIRD ROW: Mr, Howard Scammon - 
advisor. Clelia Mengebier. Barbara Hunter. 
Judy O'Grady. Mr. Russ T. Hastings. Chris- 
tine Bakowski. Patty Hartleben Granville. 
Ann Chancellor, Mr. Roger Sherman. 



Theta Alpha Phi 



Theta Alpha Phi endeavors to rec- 
ognize achievement.s of both faculty 
and students in the field of Theatrical 
Arts. Lectures by experienced actors, 
trips to Wedgewood Dinner Theatre, 
and a "post-dramatum" after each 
theatre production were activities 
provided to broaden members' knowl- 
edge of and participation in the the- 
atre arts. 



Sigma Pi Sigma 



Rewarding high scholarship and 
furthering undergraduate physics 
are the objectives of Sigma Pi Sigma, 
a national physics honorary. At 
Sigma Pi Sigma's meetings both se- 
niors and professors discuss their re- 
search projects. Field trips and a 
spring banquet highlighted this year. 




FRONT ROW: Diane Luckey -.secretary. 
Roger Blomquist — vice-president. Cheryl 
GrifTilhs- president, Frederick Korty. SEC- 



OND ROW: Thomas Baker. Hobie Audet. Bill 
Tropf. William Dixon. 



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Publications 





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Publications Committee 




In order to establisli continuity in 
the Colonial Echo, the Flat Hat. and 
the William and Mary Rericir, the 
Student Publications Committee 
maintains common standards for 
tliese three campus publications. The 
primary function of the committee is 
to appoint the most suitable students 
to the editorships of the publications. 
The Program Director of WCWM and 
the President of Pi Delta Epsilon are 
ex officio members of this committee. 



FRONT ROW: Dr. Alexander Kallos- ad- 
visor, Kerry Sawick- chairman, Florence 
Fra.ser, Dr. Cecil M. McCullev-advi.sor. 



SECOND ROW: Bill Seibert, Ric McKittrick, 
Brad Davis. 



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Beth Distler — Business Manager 



Bea Peca — Associate Editor 




Cropping pictures to fit the layout is sometimes 
difficult. 




CLASS- FRONT ROW: Mary Anne Yowell, Demaris Eaton, Claire Dowdy, Joyce John- 
son, Pam Revolinsky, Delores Bushong. SECOND ROW; Anne Dudley, Frances Jones, 
Carol dayman, Madeline Billy -editor, Becky Sweet, Martha Shaw, Mary K. Thomp- 
son. THIRD ROW: Claudia Byrd, Sandra Camden, Peggy Riordan, Jane Youngblood, 
Carol Boneta, Barbara Croyle. 



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Colonial Echo 



Florence Fraser- Editor 



The Colonial Echo, the College yearbook, is an 
annual publication of the William and Mary student 
body. This year color coverage was doubled and the 
overall size of the book was increased thirty-two pages. 
Special emphasis was placed on full coverage of the 
275th Anniversary Celebration. The Introduction was 
expanded and reorganized to include sections on the 
campus, academic life, and distinguished campus visi- 
tors and social life. This year the book was printed by 
Inter-Collegiate Press in Shawnee Mission, Kansas. 




PlIOTCKJKAPllY-FRONT ROW: Al Litllejohn, Torrey Froscher- editor, Alan Wohileben SECOND ROW: 
Krantc Hoose, Wes Corson, Hugh Bal)ington-Smith. 



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COPY AND TYPING -FRONT ROW: Linda Birck- 
head, Claudine Payne. Megan Shields, Carolyn 
Hawkins, Carol Billman. SECOND ROW: Vicki Jef- 
fress, Bruce McKenzie, Linda Wyrick, Anne Wade, 



Gale Gibson — copy editor, Susan Benson. THIRD 
ROW: Suzanne Louis, Fred Hoener - typing editor, 
Walt Johnson, Charlie Krutz, Charlotte Hoggard. 




ORGANIZATIONS -FRONT ROW: Cathy 
Casey, Cindy Goodrich, Deanie Kahl, Linda 
Shickel, Jane Ledbetter. SECOND ROW: 



Zoe Ann Hall, Barbara Croyle, Winn Leger- 
ton, Terry Duel -co-editor, Mary Shorter - 
co-editor, Susan Shafer, Dick Owens. 



Alphabetizing and labeling pictures 
the main jobs of the class staff. 



-one of 



BUSINESS -FRONT ROW: Beth Distler- 
business manager, Ronnie Green. SECOND 
ROW: John Holroyd, Dick Owens, Jim Nix. 



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ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY, INDEX, 
AND ROYALTY- FRONT ROW: Lane Winfree, 
Dana Poarch, Nell Wrather, Connie Scott — index 
editor, Sandy Webb, Nancy Blackwell. SECOND 
ROW: Pat Vopatek, Ann Walters, Mary Ann Crem- 



ins, Linda Watson, Mary Yeager — royalty editor, 
Mary Ann Shaia, Tom Miller -administration and 
faculty editor. THIRD ROW: Jay Hen, Cai Vaiden, 
Margaret Brownell, Suzann Wilson, Linda Deyerle, 
Sherry Kardis. 




GREEKS AND SPORTS -FRONT ROW: 
Suzanne Bolton, Lynda Murphy, Jo Lynne 
Stancil — sorority editor, Judy Faust, Kaye 
Pitts. SECOND ROW: Steve Row -sports 



editor, Ken Smith, Don Roberts, Dave Davis 
-fraternity editor, Stan Ragsdale, Rick 
Lawson. 




Layout editor Bette Scott and assistant layout 
editor Krin Larson work on layouts for the 
third deadline. 



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Flat Hat 





Bruce Oliver, Debby Duel — Managing Editors 



Ric McKittnck- Editor 




EDITORIALS -FRONT ROW: Linda Phil- 
lips. Christopher Sherman -editor, Susan 
Morrisey. SECOND ROW: Kathie Rankin, 



Donn Wonnell. Ellis Johnson, Marci Mor- 
gan 



The weekly campus newspaper, 
the Flat Hat. serves as an important 
information source for students and 
faculty members. Combining cam- 
pus, local and state news, the paper 
incorporated wide coverage into its 
sixteen to twenty page format. 



Wednesday night -deadline lor the Flat Hal 
staff. 



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FEATURES -FRONT ROW: Pat Campbell, Roxanne Good, Mary 
Chris Schmitz, Steve Cochran -editor, Nancy ReMine, Kay Atkins. 
SECOND ROW: Ginny Vogel, Finley Young, Rick Webb, Bob Clay, 
Dorothy Montague. 




Linell Broecker, Kerrv Sawick- Associate Editors 




NEWS -FRONT ROW: Fran Gretes, Lynda Lotz, Nancy Verser- 
editor, Cathie Calvert, Mary Ann Plichta, Dorothy Montague. Suz- 



anne Edge. SECOND ROW: Finley Young. Ben McKelway, Tom 
McDonald, Mike Ches.son. 





SPORTS - FRONT HOW: Cass Woiland, 
.loan Kirkley, Craig Burgraff-editor, Lynda 



Lotz, Bob Day. SECOND ROW: James Duff, 
Don Pulliam, Ken Weiher, Dan Perry. 



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A dictionary proves invaluable tor proofreading. 




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PHOTOGRAPHY: Franit Hoose, Susan 
Lohwasser — editor. Fred Simpkins. 



COPY -FRONT ROW: Katie Bradshaw. 
Bruce Sylvester — editor, Marilyn Johnson. 



SECOND ROW: Kathy Shirley. James Sam- 
son, Judy Carhart 




BUSINESS: Robert Ely -advertising editor. Gordon SafTold. Judy Chase, Doug Green. Tony Gambardella -circulation manager. Mark Wilson. 



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StafT members work extra hours on the thirty-two-page special. 



MAKEUP AND PRODUCTION - FRONT ROW: Jane Grenfell, 
Diane Goodman — make-up editor, Gail Webster — production editor. 
SECOND ROW. Jane Ledbetter, Marcia Ricketts, Susan Burgess. 




TYPING AND ARCHIVES -FRONT ROW: Judi Booker, Kathy 
Londergan, Nancy Hulse — typing editor. Suzanne Bisset, Joan 
Bnnvnell, Janet Marshall. SECOND ROW: Ann Warrington -ar- 



chives editor, Jody Vilbrandt, Wendy Wenrich. Susan Burgess. Jane 
Ledbetter. Becky Vaughan, Betty Conley. Sally Earner. 



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Review 



The William and Mary Review, the college literary 
magazine, took on a new look this year as emphasis 
was switched from strictly written contributions to vis- 
ual arts, especially in connection with the anniversary 
of the College. The Review hopes to engender and de- 
velop student interest and contributions to the allied 
fields of literary and visual arts. Through its publica- 
tion. The Review honors those students who have been 
outstanding in these creative fields and through its pro- 
cess of art show presentations and constructive literary 
criticisms. The Review aids the individual in attaining 
greater skill in his own area of artistic endeavor. 




Bill Seibert- Editor 



EDITORIAL BOARDS -FRONT ROW: Patricia Crowe - 
secretary, Linda Hull — poetry chairman, Kathy Young, 
Stephen Wing, SECOND ROW: Susan Evans, Paul Davis 



-fiction chairman, William Ostrow, Douglas Chard - 
business manager, Bruce Sylvester, Bob Barnes, Bob 
Trice- non-fiction chairman. 




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FRONT ROW: Lynn Kingery, Pam Crawford, Fran- 
cie Read -art editor, Sheryl Althaus. SECOND 
ROW: Dave Rutledge, Barry Cressman-copy editor, 



Logan Tripson — typing editor, Don Roberts, Hugh 
Babington-Smith. 



Sculpture is an important part of the exhibit. 



Bill Seibert hangs a picture for the Review's art show. 




Betsy Seaver- Associate Editor 





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WCWM 




DIRECTORS: George Lott- advisor, Mike Campana. Quentin 
Van Meter, Al Littlejohn, Larry Streetman, Charlie Dent, 



Lynn Cooke, Winston Hensley, Jody Deas, Elizabeth Sturges, 
Bob Meyerson, Dave Kintsfather. 



WCWM broadcasts a basketball game. 



The student radio station, WCWM-FM, provides 
music and news for the College campus. Its programs 
included folk, jazz, classical, big band sounds and some 
rock and roll. The station also offered a lecture program 
entitled "Extremism "67" which featured cabinet and 
government department heads speaking on racism and 
nuclear war. An important addition to the station was a 
"hook-up" with WYCS, the high school educational 
network in Yorktown. This connection added to the 
broadcasting strength so that WCWM could be heard 
from Norfolk to Richmond. Many specials on the anni- 
versary of the College were also broadcast. 




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ANNOUNCERS -FKUNT KUW: Barbara Croyle, Susan M. Estes, Charlotte 
Sandquist, Marilyn Kron, Trisha Downer, Jo Carol Sale. SECOND ROW: 
Jerry Coyne, Mitch Wilborn, Craig Windham, Mike Nuckols, Brian Welter, 
Ray Delaney, Eric Schuman. THIRD ROW: John Hempel, Bob Marden, 
Woody Lookabill, Richard Mainwaring, Elliott Cutler, Ray Hill 




ANNOUNCERS -FRONT ROW: Beth Ramsey, Lilli Buck. Heidi E. Pixton, 
Diane Stanton, Nancy Scrogham. SECOND ROW: Larry Lilly, Kelly Shaw, 
John Davey, Steve Rhodes, Steve Abramson, Jim Simpson, Larry Raiken. 
THIRD ROW: Robert Arthur Johnson, Roger Powell, G. C. Morse, Robert 
Richardson, Rick Albert, Jim Almand. 




Tom Wright - Program Director 



Powder puff football highlights half-time activities at the 
annual WCWM-F/a( Hat football game 





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William and Mary Theatre 




The William and Mary Theatre 
ended the 1966-67 season with the 
production of As You Like It. and the 
1967-68 season included productions 
of Rhinoceros, The Disappearing 
Sphere, written by a William and 
Mary undergi^aduate, Robert Hen- 
ninger. Kiss Me Kate, and Electro. 
The Theatre also sponsored the visit- 
ing performances of Joyce Grenfell 
and Claude Kipinis and His Mime 
Theatre. 



Wrestling match, .4x You Like It. 



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A tete-a-tete, Rhinc>ceros. 



The banishment, As You Like It. 



Law ofTice. RhiniKeros. 




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Euclid and students concentrating, The Disappearing Sphere. 



Condolences for a dead cat, Rhinoceros. 



Wanda, The Disappearing Sphere. 





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Before the curtain. Kiss Me Kate. 





Fred and Lilli, Kiss Me Kate. 



At dress rehearsal tor Ki.ss Me Kale. Mr, Scammon gives final directions to the cast. 



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Backdrop Club 



The Backdrop Club is a student theatrical organi- 
zation which encourages all campus participation in 
various phases of dramatic production. Members not 
only directed, acted in, and designed the sets for this 
season's presentation, but wrote it as well. A committee 
of the Backdrop Board also composed and arranged the 
music for this original production of Stop 13: College of 
William and Mary. 



The Backdrop Club stages the musical comedy, Damn Yankees. 




KKONT ROW; Fred Korly, Joyce Hill, Christine Bak(>w.ski, 
Ann C'hancellor, Rohert Gatewood - president, Linda Schue- 
ler, Nancy Fleischman, Larry Spell SECOND ROW: Carson 



Phillip.s- trea.surer, Betsy Ewin^. Robert Henninj;er-direc- 
lor, Renee Binzer. Mary Ellen Newman, Mr. Russell Hast- 
ings—advisor, Patty Granville. 



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Band 



A main objective of the William and 
Mary Band is to support campus ac- 
tivities and increase school spirit with 
parades, pep rallies, and concerts. In 
late spring the band presents a formal 
concert at Phi Beta Kappa Audito- 
rium. To promote public relations for 
the College, the Band makes a con- 
cert tour during second semester. 




The William and Mary Band 

The band and gymnastic team unite ibr a unique half'time show. 




Led by drum major Bob Miller, the band marches down tlie Duke of 
Glouster Street in the Homecoming Parade. 



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Mr. Varner explains a new halftirae routine to clarinetists. 



Chamber Orchestra 



The William and Mary Chamber Orchestra's aim is 
to present musical literature in the best professional and 
musical style. This year it held a chamber music concert 
and a full-orchestra concert. The Orchestra also played 
for the production of Ruddigore and worked in coopera- 
tion with the William and Mary Theatre and Backdrop 
Club in musical presentations. 




FRONT ROW: Rick Simms, Bill Price. Susan Mollis -student director. 
Karen Eden, Trudy Gunia, Robert Miller. SECOND ROW: Kathy 
Young, Dorislee Akers, Debbie Filkins. THIRD ROW: Bret Stamps, 



Naida Harlow, Molly Issacs, Paul Leimer, Nancy Long, Doug Chard. 
FOURTH ROW: Bob Harl«ir. .Jack Davies, Byron Clarke, Richard 
Buckingham. 



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FRONT ROW: Blythe Baldwin -co-captain, Kay 
Atkins -co-captain, Jo Raflo. SECOND ROW; Pam 
Weaver, Martha HoUis — alternate captain, Janet 



Watkins. THIRD ROW: Glinda Bowry. Judy Rader, 
Karen Clark, Anne Rainey Sims. FOURTH ROW: 
Linda Lacy, Gerry Farinholt. 



FRONT ROW: Las Powell. Wayne Fore. SECOND ROW: Tony 
Thiel. Elliott Cutler. THIRD ROW: Rob Jolly, Roger Powers. 



Cheerleaders 



The Cheerleaders promoted school spirit at pep ral- 
lies and football and basketball games. Joined by men 
cheerleaders for the first time in several years, this 
spirited gi-oup inspired many Indian victories. In the 
spring, the group held tryouts and elected new mem- 
bers to the squad. 



Kathie Hudak. Susan Shipp, Fran Stewart, Sue Cunningham. Les- 
ley McGehee, Gail Granger 





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Majorettes 



The majorettes perform with the College band at 
football half times, pep rallies, and parades. Working 
under Mr. Charles Varner, the majorettes" 1967-1968 
season included performances at Interest Night for in- 
coming freshmen and at football games with VMI, 
Navy, West Virginia, and Richmond. 




FRONT KUW; Kathy Kincaid-head majorette SECOND ROW: 
Norma Jarrett, Wanda Jenkins. Ellen Cooper. THIRD ROW; Carol 
Smith, Marv Ruth Price, Louise Saulnier. 



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Making their first appearance in new uniforms, the majorettes march through Colonial Williamsburg in the Homecoming parade. 



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Choir 



The Choir, led by Dr. Carl A. Fehr, furnishes stu- 
dents of the College with valuable experience in music 
and develops musical appreciation, ability, and discip- 
line among its eighty-eight members. The Choir repre- 
sents William and Mary before area high school gi-oups 
and alumni and presents the annual Christmas show — 
televised nationally. Last year's progi'am was presented 
the Virginia Public Relations Award for an outstanding 
television program, and the Choir was chosen to sing 
for Virginia Day at the New York World's Fair. The 
Choir's schedule included performing at convocations, 
the Christmas Concert, and Commencement as well as 
on Spring Tour. 




The Choir entertains on Parents' Day, 



The William and Mary Choir 




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A program of Christmas music is taped to be televised nationally. 



Hours of practice are required before each public appearance. 




The Choir leads the 1967 graduates into the Wren Courtyard. 




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The William and Marv Chorus 



Chorus 



A special rehearsal is held before the Christmas program. 



The William and Mary Chorus, a group of fresh- 
man and upperclass women, under the direction of Dr. 
Carl A. Fehr presented, along with the Choir, concerts 
at Christmas and in the spring. While the Choir was on 
tour, the Chorus substituted for them with a well re- 
ceived performance at the Spring Honors Convocation. 



The Chorus adds lovelv melodies to the Parents' Day concert. 





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FRONT ROW: John Morello, Debbie Filkins, Kathy "Shirley. SEC- 
OND ROW: Tom Massey, Dick Sizemore, Margie Byrer, Katie Ran- 
kin THIRD ROW: Mike Chesson- vice-president, Jerry Lazarus, 
Nancy Lundquist. FOURTH ROW: Dean Hewes- president, Jim 
Lowe FIFTH ROW: Mr. Patrick Micken- advisor, James Parker, 
Mr Donald McConkey- advisor. 



Debate Council 



The Debate Council of the College participates in 
over twenty debate tournaments every year, including 
trips to Dartmouth, Navy, University of Hartford, 
Duke, Brooklyn, American, Wake . Forest, Georgia, 
Emory, Georgetown, Ohio State, and MIT. The twenty 
members took part in a Public Debate Series before 
area high schools and debated with the visiting Cam- 
bridge Team. The Marshall-Wythe Debate Tournament, 
drawing the nation's top debaters to William and Mary, 
and a high school tournament for Virginia's outstand- 
ing .young debaters were both sponsored by the Debate 
Council. 



Dean Hewes rebuts the British stand on the resolved issue during the 
Cambridge Debate Tournament. 




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ROTC 




FIRST BATTALION STAFF: Cadet Sgt. Allan Murray. Cadet Maj. David 
White, Cadet Lt. Col. Ben Hubbard — Battalion Commander. Cadet Maj. 
Charles Young. 




Cadet Colonel Dale Mueller- ROTC Brigade Commander 



The United States Army Reserve Officers Training 
Corps provides officer training for men who will enter 
the Army upon graduation. As well as offering a mili- 
tary education, the Corps develops character and lead- 
ership. Featured activities were the Annual Fall and 
Spring Award Reviews, the Annual Field Day, and the 
Military Ball. 





SECOND BATTALION STAFF. Cadet Maj Andrew Geoghegan. 
Cadet Lt. Col. James Kane — Battalion Commander. Cadet Maj. 
Carlton Brooks, Cadet Sgt. John Mowen. 




Bob Drake is recognized for his top rating at summer camp. 



COMPANY A: Cadet Lt Scott Langhorst, Cadet Lt. JetT Kirssm, 
Cadet Capt. George Oldfield- Company Commander, Cadet Sgt. 
William Dunn. Cadet Lt Thomas See, Cadet Lt. William Tropf, 
Cadet Lt. Peter Clarke. 



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ROTC BRIGADE STAFF: Cadet Col. Dale 
Mueller, Cadet Sgt. Richard Potter. Cadet 
Maj. John Kojcsich, Cadet Maj. George Stoh- 



ner. Cadet Lt. Paul Ritchie, Cadet Capt. 
Robert Duke, Cadet Lt. Col. Ric McKittnck. 



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COMPANY B: Cadet Lt. Robert Meyerson, Cadet Lt. BUI Smith, 
Cadet Capt. Ben Williams -Company Commander, Cadet Sgt. Ever- 
ett Marvin, Cadet Lt. Joseph Masters, Cadet Lt. Steve Snyder. 



COMPANY C: Cadet Capt. James Goalder- Company Commander, 
Cadet Lt. John Shay, Cadet Lt. Bert Milling, Cadet Lt. Charles 
Berger, Cadet Sgt. Donn Wonnell, Cadet Lt. William Miller, Cadet 
Lt. Michael Inman. 




COMPANY D: Cadet Capt. Robert Gadkowski- Company Com- 
mander, Cadet Lt Bartholomew Steib, Cadet Lt. Robert Shay, Ca- 
det Lt. Chip Knowlton, Cadet Sgt. Boyd Rossing, Cadet Lt. Skip 
Rawl, Cadet Lt. James Stout, Cadet Lt. Pip Thomas. 




COMPANY E: Cadet Capt. Adin Brown - Company Commander. 
Cadet Lt. Keith Maurer, Cadet Lt. John Glenn. Cadet Lt. Robert 
Hampton, Cadet Lt. Donald Wright. Cadet Sgt. Richard Fullerton. 
Cadet Lt. Paul Yurachek, Cadet Lt. Herbert Herman. 



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ROTC juniors follow a compass course through Yates woods. 



Fur hats and red coats add sparkle to a parade. 



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Queen's Guard Association 




FRONT ROW: Rennie Tremble, Keith Dayton, Robert 
Gatewood, Robert Drake. Ernie Ramos, Dave Lar- 
more, Ian O'Flaherty. SECOND ROW: Michael Simp- 
son, Howard Staik, Mark Eckhouse, Byron Clarke, 
Thomas Upham. Jeffrey Almo, John Bartholomew, 
Clark D'Elia, Frank VanHorn, Kent Laikind. Harry 
Burton. Robert Henkel. Christopher Wright, Donald 
Gates, Rick Zimmerman THIRD ROW: Charles 




Samford. Dana Richardson. Donald McGlothlin. 
Michael Ellis. Ted Yeiser, Thomas Routh, Raymond 
Delaney, Louis Boyle, Dudley Nachman. Mike Mil- 
lard. FOURTH ROW: Gilbert Cooke. John Rousso, 
Bruce Whitenack, Herbert Armstrong. William Mc- 
Allister. Kenneth Birkett. Alan Forde. Michael Wake- 
field. FIFTH ROW: Gary Fisher. Robin Mitchell, 
Phillip Budahn, Roger Lee. 



In the spotlight of William and Mary's ROTC pro- 
gram is the Queen's Guard Association. This social or- 
ganization of seventy members comprises a drill team 
and a Drum and Bugle Corps. During the 1967-68 term, 
the Queen's Guard Association participated in the pa- 
rades for the Dogwood Festival, Cherry Blossom Festi- 
val, and Apple Blossom Festival as well as sponsored 
picnics and cocktail parties. 




The Drum and Bugle Corps entertains with lively British tunes. 



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FRONT ROW: Richard Fullerton, Robert Duke- 

Captain, Ric McKittrick, Bob Gadkowski. SEC- 
OND ROW: Ian O'Flaherty- Second Lieutenant, 
Andrew Geoghegan, Ben Hubbard -First Lieu- 



tenant, Keith Hamack. THIRD ROW: Richard 
Potter, William Dunn, George Oldfield, Robert 
Drake FOURTH ROW: Adin Brown, Ben Wil- 
liams, Jim Kane, Dale Mueller — First Sergeant. 



Ian O'Flaherty jokes with members at a weekly meeting. 



Scabbard and Blade 



Scabbard and Blade, an honorary military fraterni- 
ty, was chartered in 1949 in affiliation with the na- 
tional association. This society attempts to achieve two 
main objectives of raising the level of military educa- 
tion in American colleges and developing the leadership 
qualities necessary for efficient officers. In addition it 
distributes a biannual newsletter, publishes a pamphlet 
on summer training sessions, and conducts ROTC pro- 
gram briefings at local high schools. 




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APO members serve as ushers at the Ravi Shankar concert. 



FRONT ROW: Robert Pollard -first vice-president, Michael Dowl- 
ing- president, Larry Dillon — second vice-president, Bud Herndon. 
SECOND ROW: Bob Johnson, Bruce Long, Mac Deekens, Tom 



Alpha Phi Omega 



The ideals that are essential to the general well- 
being of a community — friendship, leadership, service, 
and educational and intellectual stimulation — are the 
ideals of Alpha Phi Omega. APO is the largest national 
service fraternity on college campuses bringing men 
with a wide range of interests together. The men of 
APO pursue their ideals of service and leadership by 
working together on such service projects as ushering 
for concerts and inviting enlightening speakers to their 
meetings. 



Miller THIRD ROW: Clark D'Elia, Neal O'Bryan, Clement Sam- 
ford, Scott Black, Robert Works. FOURTH ROW: Chris Lipsey, 
Gary Fisher, Paul Lankford, George Graham, Basil Purr. 




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The Accounting Club was formed 
to help members apply classroom 
theory to actual experience in the 
business world. Guest speakers rep- 
resenting national accounting firms 
spoke and field trips were organized 
to further the accomplishment of this 
goal. The year was highlighted by the 
annual spring dinner with the Vir- 
ginia Society of Public Accountants. 



Biology Club 



Accounting Club 




FRONT ROW: Larry Smyth, Wayne Ed- 
munds, Dick DeBell, Conrad Conrad — trea- 
surer, Carl Christensen — president, Suzanne 
M. Miller, Mr. William Reece- advisor. 
SECOND ROW: William Jordan, John Bar- 
telt. Hartley Dewey, Alfred Wooleyhan, Ben 



Williams, William Duncan, Jr., Austin Rob- 
erts, William Huzek, James Godshalk. 
THIRD ROW: Lester Good, Bill MacLean, 
Brad Cashman, Troy Stephenson, Jeff Kirs- 
sin, Harold Beirne, Steve Holton, Buddy 
Phillips, Coleman Sheehy. 




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FRONT ROW: Tom Wieboldt- treasurer, 
Corita Herrmann — secretary, Thelda Kes- 
tenbaum — vice-president, Phyllis Kline — 
president, Sheila Fuller. SECOND ROW: 
Diana Amsbaugh, Pat Milliren, Suzanne 
Bolton, Ellen Jones, Susan Henshaw. 



THIRD ROW: Darnell Blevins. Mary L. 
Morden, Becky Humphlett, Joyce Johnson, 
Cathy Casey, Jane Spence. FOURTH ROW: 
Dr. G. W Hall -advisor. Ken Kulp, Tom 
Friedlander, Glenn Marshall, Bob Graham. 



The Biolog\' Club sponsors pro- 
grams, films, and trips for students 
interested in biolog>^ Its 1967-1968 
program offered Audubon Wildlife 
Films, an autopsy film, faculty and 
guest speakers, a program on sum- 
mer jobs, and a trip to the Virginia 
Institute of Marine Science. Camp- 
ing trips to the Blue Ridge Moun- 
tains and Cape Hatteras as well as 
the annual spring student-faculty 
picnic were also held. 



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FRONT ROW: Peter Zuger, William Lock- 
treasurer, William Chubb -president, James 
Green — vice-president. Bob Bendall SEC- 
OND ROW: Edward Roberts, Ken Unzicker, 
Brian Clark, Dan Perry, Bill Long, Richard 



Gumey. THIRD ROW: Bill Collins. Wayne 
Duke, Jim Hiatt, Myer Reed. Ron Boyd. 
FOURTH ROW: Rob Jolly, Bob KiefTer, Jeff 
Shy, Richard Wilkinson, William Snow, 
Tom Massey. 



Circle K members check IBM cards at registration. 




Circle K Club 



The Circle K Club serves campus and community 
by conducting student elections, organizing tours of the 
campus for prospective students, and supporting an 
orphan under the Foster Parents Plan. The original 
Club was a Kiwanis Club project that proved successful 
and was later organized on a national level. William 
and Mary's Chapter, formed in 1957, has been named 
the best club in its division for two consecutive years. 

Two club members tour the campus with prospective students. 




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Chemistry Club 



The student affiliate of the Ameri- 
can Chemical Society, the largest 
national organization devoted to a 
single science, claims a strong fol- 
lowing at the College. Members 
have opportunity to explore various 
facets of chemistry through movies 
and lectures by professors and stu- 
dents who have worked in particular 
fields of research. 




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FRONT ROW: Mei-Chuan T. Chow. Diane 
Goodman, Geordie Paulus, Bettijoyce Breen, 
Pamela Bowen, Nancy Oates — secretary- 
treasurer, Tim McGaughy — president. SEC- 
OND ROW: Dr. J. T. Zung, John Bailey, Dr. 
W. G. Guy, Paul Dainer, Carl Barrett. 



THIRD ROW: Dr. T. B. Hill, Dr. D. W. 
Thompson, Dr. Bryant Harrell, Steve Borl- 
eske, Joe Tiller. FOURTH ROW: Dr. J. T. 
MacQueen, Dr. A. R. Armstrong, John 
Samuel, Mr. Edward Katz. 



Student Committee on Arts and Lectures 




FRONT ROW: Robert Gatewood, Jr. SEC- 
OND ROW: Mike Dowling, Susan Hollis, 
Ellen Phillips, Dr. William F. Davis. THIRD 



ROW: Dennis Denenberg, Claire Anderson, 
Ann Abbott. Doug Chard. FOURTH ROW: 
Diane Rau. Paul Dainer, Sue F. Miller. 



To plan the Concert and Lecture 
Series, the Student Arts and Lec- 
tures Committee works in conjunc- 
tion with faculty advisers. The group 
selected artists for the William and 
Mary fine arts program and spon- 
sored concerts and lectures in coop- 
eration with other College associa- 
tions. 



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FRONT ROW: Stanley Wojno- president, 
Douglas Chard -treasurer. SECOND ROW: 
Mary Hurn, Becky Sweet, Monika Toepal, 
Flora Stith. THIRD ROW: Ron Anzalone, 



Cheryl Griffiths, Barbara Johnson, Carolyn 
Breck. FOURTH ROW: Don Roberts, Bill 
Collins, Bill Tropf, Jack Tompkins, Barbara 
Hunter. 



Le Cercle 
Franjais 



Offering a variety of activities, Le 
Cercle Fran9ais stressed the impor- 
tance of learning the customs as 
well as the language of France. Ac- 
tivities promoting this goal included 
French-style picnics and a Mardi- 
Gras. The group also heard several 
speakers during the year and partici- 
pated in French folksinging. 



Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society 



The Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society is a student- 
faculty group which discusses informally ideas of histor- 
ical concern and interest. Topics under discussion in 
1967 were "Life and Education in Sweden," "Old and 



New Vigilantism in America," and "Modern U.S. Pol- 
icy." The group arranged for a series of guest lecturers 
to speak in conjunction with the celebration of the 
275th Anniversary of the College. 




FRONT ROW: Peter Lattu - vice-president, Madeline Billy -secre- 
tary. Bill Seibert- president. Barry Cres.sman — treasurer, Carole 
Green. SECOND ROW: Randy B.'ll, Penelope Goolsby, Sally James, 



Judy Alfjatt, Lynda Hamshar, Paul Davis 
Lowe. 



THIRD ROW: Curt 



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International Circle 



After an enthusiastic beginning last spring, the 
International Circle is gi"owing rapidly in its efforts to 
encourage contact between American and foreign stu- 
dents. Members contact entering foreign students in the 
summer, welcome them to Williamsburg, orient them to 
college life, and provide them with opportunities for 
social and academic exchange. The Circle hopes to de- 
velop a program to send American students abroad. 



lUBl 
nMional Circle 





At Interest Night, members talk with freshmen about the club's ac- 
tivities. 



Pam Knherts. the President, and Mrs. Paschall welcome interna- 
tional students to a reception held in their honor. 




FRONT ROW: Mai> .VnlhoU. Wena Kapur, Hugh Babington-Smith 
— vice-president, Pamela Roberts -president, Margaret Merritt — 
secretary, Richard Mainwaring- treasurer, Patricia Zepul, Pam 
Crawford, Mrs. Carter H. Marri.son -advisor, Dr J. Luke Martei - 
advisor. SECOND ROW: Delores Bushong, Clave Mireille, Mei- 
Chuan T. Chow, Kathy Lucas, Karen Hunsberger, Suzanne Kdge, 
F^lizabeth Brucchert, Judy Banks, Karen \'an Houlen, Debbie Hall. 
Thelda Kestenbaum. THIRD ROW; Sharon Maiers. Pat Martin, 
Cathy Schumaker, Monika Toepel, Jackie Mitchell, Katy Gikas, 
Alex Mallus, Judy Knott. Martha Shaw, Beckv Sweet. FOURTH 



ROW; Judy Krone, Judy Chase, Marty McGuire, Donnie Chancellor, 
Mary Stites, Kathy Davis, Carol Spears, Madelaine Aerni, Dee 
Curwen, Leslie Smith, Judy Faust, Cathy Covell. Marilyn Hill. 
Fran Gretes. FIFTH ROW: Peter Martin. An-Ban Chen, Yen-Shon 
Chen. Henry Rumbold. Brian Fcsta. Robert Kahle. Ron W. Phillips. 
Douglas Chard. Nick Tsimenides. SIXTH ROW: Richard Garber, 
Richard Tillberg. Michael Hutchings, Greg La Bell. Den Frumen. 
Kdmond Emplaincourt, John Tozzi, Jeff Lischer, Dave Hibbert, Neal 
O'Bryan, Carlos Albarez, Jack Warburton. Jack Davies. 



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Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 




Composed of students of various 
religious denominations, the mem- 
bers of the Inter-Varsity Christian 
Fellowship sought to increase their 
knowledge of the Christian faith 
through Bible study. Daily prayer 
meetings and weekly programs were 
devoted to discussion of world mis- 
sionary work and plans for statewide 
conferences. IVCF highlighted its 
activities by attending the Urbana 
Missionarv Conference in December. 



IV members plan lor dormitory BihU- studies during one of their daily prayer meetings. 




FRONT ROW: Diane Lynch -vice-president, Sarah Cottrill. .Joe San- 
lore, Steve (laskins— president. Jane Ledbetler-.secretary, Claire 
Anderson. SECOND ROW: Anne Brisebois, Mary Ann Whyte. Mary 
Shorter. Dee Nicholson, Diana Am.sbaugh, Mary Jo Bishop. THIRD 
ROW: Alice Harden. Kathy Rhodes, Richard Nangle. Ted Wood. Steve 



Jackson. Yvonne Peters, Linda Poston, Helen Lantz. Alice Pillard. 
FOl'RTH ROW: Edwin Elliott. Thomas Haker. Jo.seph Hopkins. Bill 
Kindler. Jim Kerry, Daniel PeaciK'k, William Price. Don Averill. 
Robert North. 



Physical Education Majors' Club 



The Pliysical Education Majors' 
Club encourages community physi- 
cal fitness and campus recreational 
activity. This year the group spon- 
sored the appearance of the Danish 
Gymnastic Team in December. The 
Club also offered a film and speaker 
program to increase student and 
faculty interest in fitness. 




FRONT ROW: Chris Hiiies - secretary- 
treasurer, Fred Anspach - president, Jerry 
Nance — vice-president. George Watson, Suz- 
anne Bolton. SECOND ROW: George Davis, 



Bart Steib. Dee Craig. Glenn Brodie. Mr. 
Howard Smith -advisor. THIRD ROW: Mr. 
Edward Jones — advisor. Ben Womble, Keith 
Maurer, John Bennett, Dana Brown. 




Under the joint sponsorship of the Men's 
Team performs in Blow Gym. 



P.E. Department and the P,E. Majors' Club, the Danish Gymnastic 



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(H Political 



FRONT ROW: Dr. Chonghan Kim -advisor, 
Jim Douthat — vice-president, Jack Tomp- 
kins -president, Suzanne Miller — secretary, 
Rich O'Conner- treasurer. SECOND ROW: 
Bill Finlev. Bill Collins, Barbara Hunter. 



Lynne Richardson, Lynn Hecht, Louise Tay- 
lor, Linda Townsend. THIRD ROW: Chuck 
Huxsaw, Wallace Akers, Bill Tropf. Jeff 
Lischer, Stanley Wojno, Richard Knight 



Science Forum 



The Political Science Forum is a 
non-partisan organization which 
encourages political discussion and 
debate. Members include math, sci- 
ence and English majors as well as 
government students. Attempting to 
stimulate political thought on cam- 
pus, the Forum conducted lectures, 
debates, and opinion polls on local 
and national issues. 



Psychology Club 



To promote interest in research, the P.sycholog\' 
Club organized trips to local clinics. In addition, the 
group presented speakers and debates as well as en- 



couraged students to present their own projects and 
papers to the membership. 




FRONT ROW: Mr Stanley William.s-advi.sor, Renny 
Tremble- vice-president, Sandy Lukkarila. Scott Lan- 
ghorst — president. Kenneth Rubin- treasurer. Jane Mar- 
sella- secretary. Betsy Wade. SECOND ROW: Linda Bea- 
zley, Barrie Roberts, Sue Lukkarila, Marilyn Koch. Jane 
Myers, Babs U>e, Jody Hallissy, C.loria C.racian THIRD 



ROW: Carol Knight. Kent Stevens. Ernie Ramos. Philip 
Frank, Vernon Bolton, Marilyn Hill, Sherry Hall, Ellen 
Babb. Olivian Boggs FOURTH ROW: Sandra Price. Paul 
Broughton, Arthur Butler. John .Mowen. Aubrey Raper, 
Susan Moncol, Marilyn Massey. Patricia Martin. Diane 
Mims. 



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Mermettes 



Mermettes, a synchronized swim- 
ming group, promotes interest in the 
aquatic arts. Members meet weekly 
to learn swimming stunts and pre- 
pare for their annual program. Each 
spring, the swimmers present a wa- 
ter ballet progi-am which is choreo- 
graphed and costumed by the stu- 
dents. 




FRONT ROW: Barbara Holland, Barbara 
Crissey, Laurie Roberts-secretary-treasurer, 
Beth Keillor. Gretchen Barney-co-director, 
Caroyn Peery-co-director, Nancy Bierly, 
Ginnie Klemkowski, Jan Ferguson. SEC- 
OND ROW: Dianne Broman, Boofie Hollo- 
well, Judi Booker, Claire Anderson, Nora 



Butler. Lynda Lotz, Carol Brunson. Sandy 
McNeill. THIRD ROW: Carol Battaglia. 
Ginny Nittoli, Leska Bell. Shelley Watts. 
Judy Odland. Kathy Betton. Terry Waters. 
FOURTH ROW: Karen Hunsberger. Nell 
Wrather. 




Mermettes entertain a capacity audience with their presentation of "Man: Shadow and Substance.' 



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Orchesis 




Orchesis is a national society organized to promote 
the art of modern dance. In the fall the group attended 
a dance concert at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts to 
study various performance techniques. The members 
displayed their ability and talent at the annual spring 
concert, which members choreographed, directed, and 
performed. After the presentation, the club focused its 
attention on tryouts for new members. 



Dee Curwen and Janet Watkins interpret "seriousness" in Orches- 
is's spring show. 




FRONT ROW: Renee Binzer-president, Gail Watkins-secretary, 
Margie Corvino, Michelle Loizzi-vice-president. SECOND ROW: 
Kathy Netzley, Colleen I^erkins, Alison Lattu, Lynn Kingery, Hada 
de Varona THIRD ROW: Sue Scruggs, Jane Rucker. Jane Robinson, 



Betsy Vale, Mary Quinn Sale, Cheryl Zucker. FOURTH ROW: Suz- 
anne Lamb, Jane Smythers, Carol Schofer, Susan Porter, Dee Cur- 
wen, Cathy Hilgert. 



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Sailing Association 



The William and Mary Sailing Association boasted 
entries in five regattas, including the Citadel and Old 
Dominion Invitationals. The thirty-five members re- 
ceived several instruction sessions and viewed films to 
learn the fundamentals of sailing. They made a field 
trip to the Mariners Museum in Norfolk in the fall. The 
purpose of the group is to teach the fundamentals of 
sailing, to participate in inter-collegiate racing competi- 
tion, and to sail for enjoyment. 




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Steve Wing lowers the sails on the "Wickersham." 



Members enjoy an outing in one of the club-owned boats. 



FRONT ROW: Pam Crawford - vice-commodore. Lynn Hodgeson- 
recording secretary. Bill Luebke- commodore. Steve Wing — trea- 
surer. Susan Croghan — corresponding .secretary SECOND ROW: 
Dorothy Montague, Pam Allen, Anne Keating. Corita Herrmann. 



Bobbi Vail. Greyson Pannill THIRD ROW: Rita Smith. Walter Col- 
lins. Ron W Phillips. Robert Works. Cary Taylor. Paul Custis. 
FOURTH ROW: John Tozzi. Richard Mainwaring, Henry Rumbold, 
Rick Webb, Rob Andrews. Rob Jolly. 




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FRONT ROW; Walter Mehring- president, 
Barbara Burton, Robert Graham. SECOND 
ROW: Charles Hatch, III, Gerald Burnett - 



vice-president, Samuel Hutchen.s, III, Mar- 
tin Oakes. 



Walter Mehring adjusts Hermini Cuervo-Delgado's diving gear. 




Skin Diving Club 



The William and Mary Skin Diving Club, one of 
the College's newest organizations, was formed to teach 
interested students skin diving and to organize diving 
trips to Florida and the Bahamas. A skin diving trip to 
the Bahamas was held over Spring Vacation this year. 
Previous trips have included cave diving in northern 
Florida and exploring the tropical waters around Bim- 
ini. 



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FRONT ROW: Dean Joseph Curtis - advisor, 
Thomas Clark, James Evans, Michael Brodie, 
Sharon Huffman, Stuart Spirn, Robert Wandrei, 
Walter Smith^ SECOND ROW: Charles Barrett, 
Roger Amole. Hughes Reverly, Jr.. Martin Shelton, 
Su.san Reynolds, Gil Bartlett, William Brackett. 
THIRD ROW: Lawrence Bolton, Nathaniel Cohen, 
Robert Tomes, Vernon Spratley, Donald Reichle, Sal 
Jesuele. FOURTH ROW: Richard Repp, Robert El- 
liott, Scott Swan, Gerald Robertson, Sam Beale, 
Frank Sando. FIFTH ROW: Hal Bonney, Jr., Glenn 
Relyea, William Wellons, Saul Pearlman, Gerard 
Voyer, Paul HoltzmuUer. SIXTH ROW: Barry Hol- 



lander, John Goodrich, Jr., William Shannon, Prince 
Butler, Ronald Woerle. SEVENTH ROW: James 
Kemper, James McLemore, III, Ronald White, Jon 
Bruce, Robert Durham. EIGHTH ROW: Edward 
Newton, Jr., James Savedge, Jr., Christopher Sut- 
ton, Fred Grill, Anthony Gaeta, Jr., John Coffey, 
Tom Home, Andrew Parker, Jr., Don Ricketts, Al- 
vin Marks, Jr., Charles E. Kent, J. A. Boyd. NINTH 
ROW: Thomas Hollowell, Douglas Walker, Stacy 
Garrett, III, Joseph Howard, Howard Busbee, Rich- 
ard Harding, Prince Butler, Jr., Alan Hechtkopf, 
Joseph Crouch. 



SBA member Andy Parker is engrossed in legal research. 



Student Bar Association 

The Student Bar Association was established to 
serve the students in all capacities relating to law 
school activities. It sponsored a luncheon for law stu- 
dents with Senators Dirkson, Percy and Byrd as well as 
offered a sizeable scholarship and provided members 
with actual courtroom experience. 

The search for precedents is important in preparing any case. 








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Spanish Club 



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The Spanish Club, advised by Dr. 
Howard Stone, has two basic pur- 
poses which are giving the student 
interested in Spanish a chance to 
practice speaking the language and 
learning Spanish customs. In order 
to fulfill its goal, the Spanish Club 
held an evening of Spanish and 
Latin American music in the fall 
and a picnic in the spring. 




FRONT ROW: Kathy Lucas, Dr. Howard 
Stone — advisor, Judy Krone — president, 
Judy Banks. SECOND ROW: Barbara John- 



son. Ron Kephart. Susan Shipp, Ann 
Brooks, Jackie Clark, Susan Moffitt, Carol 
Boneta. 



Student Education Association 




The goal of the Student Education 
Association is to bring to the mem- 
bers current issues of the teaching 
profession, discussing the benefits as 
well as the problems of this profes- 
sion, improving the relationship 
between students and the communi- 
ty, and introducing students to na- 
tional and state professional organi- 
zations. Projects included a display 
at the Student Virginia Education 
Association, a Christmas party for 
faculty children, and work on the 
College tutorial program. 



FRONT ROW: Donna Gorman, Sandra 
Lynne Smith, Becky Goolsby- vice-presi- 
dent. Norma Jarrett — president, Jo Lynne 
Standi -.secretary-treasurer, Linda Poston. 
SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Alvis, Susan Mof- 
ntt, Joan Kirkley, Bette Scotl, Susan Be- 



ville, Sandy Lee Smith. THIRD ROW: Anne 
Wade, Carolyn Coleman, Nancy Priebe, 
Susan Shafer, Rosemary DeCarlo, Alice 
Mobert', Phoebe Atkinson. FOURTH ROW: 
Ellen Shorter, Carol Pearn, Jim Newsom, 
Marilyn Massey, Jan Ernstmeyer. 



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Society for the Advancement of Management 



The only national organization for 
management majors supported by 
businessmen, the Society for the 
Advancement of Management seeks 
to promote "industrial progress 
through enlightened management." 
SAM brings business executives and 
business majors together through 
the exchange of information on prob- 
lems of management in industry. 
Informal seminar discussions and 
industrial tours help to accomplish 
this goal. 




FRONT ROW: Mr. John Newman -advisor, 
Jarry Sedlacek — president, Jerry Pugh — 
vice-president, Marian Chapman — secretary. 
Bill Barnes -treasurer. SECOND ROW: 
Martin Chronister, James Taylor, Dick Jol- 
liffe, Wayne Alley, John Holroyd, Ricki 
Barnett. THIRD ROW: Robert A. Johnson, 
Joe Koons, Tom Bagby, Philip Keator. 
FOURTH ROW: Joseph Fron, Bob Day, Jim 



Kane, Bob Holmes, Rick Lawson, Rick Spur- 
ling, Jim Runyon. FIFTH ROW: Jim Stout, 
Kerry Kastner, Eddie Herring, Bob Shay, 
Mike Lubeley, Stan Ragsdale, Dick Fuller- 
ton. SIXTH ROW: Jim Vergara, John Loef- 
fler, Russell Smeds, Dick Sikorski, Carl 
Frankovitch, John Christopher, William 
Clarke, Tom Coggin. 



Young Americans for Freedom 




A new addition to the campus pol- 
itical scene is the Young Americans 
for Freedom group. Founded in Feb- 
ruary 1967, the organization at- 
tempts to promote conservative prin- 
ciples. The YAF distinguishes itself 
as being the only political group 
based on principles rather than on 
party labels. Its activities varied 
from debates and discussions to 
speakers and films. 



FRONT ROW: Christine Turner, Carol 
Sawyer, Bill Lock - treasurer, Naida Harlow 
-secretary, Bob Beers-chairman, Finley 
Young- vice-chairman, Linda Redmond, 
Kathy Netzley. SECOND ROW: Joseph 



Daragan, Jamie Cowles, Hal Moorehead, 
Jini Hiatt. Ben McKelway. Tom Miller. 
THIRD ROW: Charlie Krutz, Mark Cole, 
Tom Drake. 



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Young Republicans 



The Young Republicans offered an exciting agenda 
of speakers to its membership. Visitors included Jack 
Corber, Virginia Republican State Chairman, Bob An- 
derson, candidate for the House of Delegates, and Rich- 
ard Coakley, candidate for County Supervisor. To sup- 
port local Republican candidates, the group held an old- 
fashioned torchlight parade through the town. Thirty 
delegates were also sent to the March State Convention 
at Hampton. 



Young Republicans chat with their guest speaker, Mr. Wayne Brad- 
ley, Assistant Director of Congressional Campaigns. 



FRONT ROW: Clark D'Elia. Bob Irvin- vice-president, Alice Mo- 
berg— recording secretary, Susan Croghan — corresponding secretary, 
Paul Scott — president, Lynne Richardson — treasurer, Bruce Stanley, 
Lane Ellis. SECOND ROW; Toni Biordi, Cindy O'Callaghan, Marci 
Morgan, Bobbi Vail, Helen Lantz, Charly Harper, Mary Lee Alder- 
son, Donna Bryant. THIRD ROW: Beth Golladay, Paul Berge, Reid 



Williamson, Harvey Bryant, Chuck Huxsaw, Wayne Edmunds, Russ 
Hereford, Stanley Majors. FOURTH ROW: Douglas Nelson, Leslie 
Thomas, Cole Stathes, Ben McKelway, Clay Sassaman, Stanley 
Wojno, Carl Zimmerman FIFTH ROW: Tom Jewell, John Harbert, 
Bruce Holbrook, Jeff Lischer, Bill Sales 




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Wythe Society 



The Wythe Society, chartered in 
April 1967, by the Student Bar As- 
sociation, encourages discussions 
and debate among law students. 
Meeting bi-monthly at professors' 
homes, the gi'oup welcomed inflama- 
tory and controversial discussion 
topics. When three state supreme 
court justices visited in the fall, the 
group heard an interesting debate 
concerning capital punishment. 




FRONT ROW; John Sabourin, Jr , Kent 
Millikan-vice-president, Wayne Spencer- 
president. SECOND ROW: Karen Atkinson- 
secretary, John Goodrich, Susan Reynolds, 
Earl Hale, Sharon Huffman. Gerald Rob- 



ertson THIRD ROW: AC Woodruff. Paul 
Jensen. Bill Bracket. John Morris. FOURTH 
ROW: John Reed, Robert Simpson, Robert 
Parker, Jr.. Tom Horne-treasurer. 



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Religious Groups 





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Balfour-Hillel 



Balfour-Hillel, an affiliate B'nai B'rith Hillel is a 
Jewish student organization. It provides religious, cul- 
tural, social, and educational activities for its members. 
The religious services held every Friday night and on 
all Jewish holidays in the Wren Chapel, are conducted 
entirely by the students. In addition, the thirty mem- 
bers invite speakers to their Sunday meetings. 




Rabbi Cohen, Jerusalem's Deputy Mayor, speaks on the aftermath 
of the Arab-IsraeH War. 




FRONT ROW: Mr. Emeric Fi.scher-advisor. Brian Ganderson. Betty 
Sue Grombacker, Wilham Somers-treasurer, Kenneth Rubin-presi- 
dent, David Post. Stephen Glazer. Herbert Berman. .SECOND ROW: 
Leslie Nadel. Daralyn Gordon, George Fcnigsohn. Dick Karelitz. 



Steve Harvith, MarsI 
Kahan, Louis Tonelsoi 
Hawkeye Buehler. 



Sater. Yetta Jacobs. THIRD ROW: Alan 
Allan Hecht. Larry Kushins-vice-president, 



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FRONT ROW: Sam Askins, Janice Cassada, Alice 
Pittard, Cathy Griffin, Tom Powers. SECOND 
ROW: Linda Jordan, Joanne Deacon, Kamla King, 
Suzanne Morris THIRD ROW: Laura Keyes, Carol 
Anne Saunders, Sara Tapman. Diana Amsbaugh, 
Barbara McClammy, Peggy Morris, Catharine Slus- 
ser, Suzanne Bratcher. FOURTH ROW: Martin Bai- 



ley, Joe Goodall, Bill Blessing, Allen Chappell, Paul 
Lankford, Howard Harris-vice-president, Mac 
Powers, Diana Learner FIFTH ROW: Bob Johnson- 
treasurer, Nancy Darnell, Wayne Duke, Donn Stith. 
Wayne Edmunds, Jean Berkeypile, Bill Lucas, Ron 
Williams, Dave Rutledge-president. 



The new home of B.S.U. shows the Christmas spirit. 




Baptist Student Union 



The Baptist Student Union, based on the guide- 
Hnes of "no dues, duties, dogmas, or doctrine," strives to 
promote fellowship among students and to serve the 
College and community. Tuesday meetings and bi- 
weekly luncheons provided a chance for discussion and 
study. BSU members sponsored weekly visits to chil- 
dren at Eastern State Hospital and assisted with the 
management of the Forge. 




Dave Rutledge conducts a meeting. 



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Episcopalians enjoy an evening of thoughtful discussion. 



Canterbury Club 



The Canterbury Club is an Episcopalian student 
organization which meets weekly at Bruton Parish 
House. Members sponsored Thursday evening services 
in the Wren Chapel and a Sunday evening service at 
Bruton. Joseph E. Trimble, Jr., Curate of Bruton Parish 
Church, serves as adviser to the group. 




Sunday dinner at the Parish house. 




FRONT ROW: Dorothy Correll, Alice Luzader, Sandra Lukkarila, 
Rosemarie Benedict, Susan Estes, Suzanne Miller, Lillian Keister. 
SECOND ROW; Reverend Joseph Trimble-advisor, Cathleen Lucas, 
Kenneth Armstrong, Laurel Roberts. Elizabeth Pollock. Mary Anne 



Sydnor, Bruce Schaule, Peter Zuger-president THIRD ROW: Bruce 
Stanley, David White, Frank Clark, William Chubb-treasurer, Er- 
nest Curtin, Michael Savage, Frederick Korty. 



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Christian Science 
Organization 



The Christian Science Organization, founded on 
campus in 1954, endeavors to acquaint all interested 
students with the Christian Science Religion. The group 
heard speakers on religious topics and attended dinners 
at local church members' homes. 




Members participate in weekly devotionals. 



Members rehearse for a skit prior to a meeting. 




FRONT ROW: Mildred Royall-president, Judy Pond- 
secretary, William Seibert-treasurer, Sarajane 
Auman, Dave Hibbert. SECOND ROW: Neil Dickey, 
■Jr., Marion Demers, Scott Davis, Janet Watkins, 



Susan Small. THIRD ROW: SUnley Warder, Susan 
Reynolds, Edward Way. Lois Hornsby, Keith Ha- 
mack. 



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Lutheran Student Association 




FRONT ROW: Pnscilla Kutter, Manlyn Massey-sccretary, Freddie 
Fechtmann, Alice Moberg-president, Liz Rogowski. SECOND ROW: 
Gary Fisher-vice-president, Dr. Schone-advisor, Rev. John Byeriy, 



Jr., Steve Borleske. THIRD ROW: 
cock, Judy Rex-treasurer. 



Oma Gail Simmons, Karen Hath- 



The Lutheran Student Association 
strives to relate the Christian faith 
to daily campus life. This aim is ac- 
complished through Sunday morning 
worship services, Sunday evening 
suppers, thought-provoking speakers 
and panel discussions. Other activi- 
ties of the LSA included a Christmas 
party for orphans, a Job Corps 
Weekend in the spring, and work at 
Eastern State. 




Sunday nights mean good food and fun for L.S.A. 



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Newman Club 



The Newman Club, a Roman 
Catholic student organization, was 
founded at the College in 1960. The 
gi'oup sponsored student Masses in 
the Wren Chapel, furthered friend- 
ships at Sunday breakfasts and din- 
ners, and made plans for an under- 
privileged children's kindergarten in 
Williamsburg. 



Club members enjoy a Sunday morning breakfast. 




FRONT ROW: Margie Corvino, Bobbi Vail, Mary Ann Whyle-treas- 
urt-r. Richard Olsen-president, Bruce Oliver-vice-president, Judy 
•John.son-secretary, Betsy Ewing, Roxanne Good. SECOND ROW: 
Madeline Billy, Carole Green, Pat Gracian, Dora Smith, Cathy Lon- 
dergan, Ginney Vogel, Karen Hunsberger, Carol Boneta. THIRD 
ROW: Connie Clawson, Gloria Gracian, Barbara Johnson, Diana 



Barocco, Marilyn Johnson, Deanne Detorie, Susan Mallory. 
FOURTH ROW: Geri Schnebli, Carol Bagley. Katy Gikas, Uuise 
Saulnier, Bea Peca, Margaret Brownell, Regina Comeau, Paula 
Barran, Judy Krone. FIFTH ROW: Cathie McCoy, John Holroyd, 
Tom McDonald, Ernie Ramos, James Valwa, John Boswell, Mary 
Chris Schmitz, Kerry Sawick, Jack Warburton, Patrick Carroll. 



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FRONT ROW: Buddy Early-treasurer, Gai! Santilli- 
president, Kathy Young-vice-president, Rita Smith- 
secretary. SECOND ROW: Ken Neeley, Janet 
Smith, Julie Pendleton, Sandy Lukkarila, Dorothy 



Scott, Judy Farris, Mark Forrest. THIRD ROW: 
Winston Hensley, Kenneth Keppel, William Hunt, 
Paul Scott, Donald Pulliam. 



Wesley 
Foundation 



The Wesley Foundation, a Meth- 
odist group, attempts to stimulate 
Christian thought and action among 
students through worship, study, 
and fellowship. In addition to weekly 
meetings, members take charge of 
evening communion services. During 
the year occasional retreats were 
held to allow students a time of 
quiet and concentration. The Forge, 
a student coffeehouse, was a major 
project of Wesley. 




A pizza dinner hif^hlights Wesley's Sunday evening activities. 



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Westminster 
Fellowship 



Westminster Fellowship provides an opportunity 
for Presbyterian students to meet for worship and social 
activity. Working together as an active group, the 
members supported the Forge la student coffeehouse), 
held weekly services for women at Dunbar, and at- 
tended two weekend retreats. They also sponsored 
weekly suppers with speakers who discussed various 
aspects of Christianity. 



Tom Mainor chats with members during dinner. 




FRONT ROW: Tom Miiinor-advi.sor. Pat Sweezy, Alice Carlton-vice- 
president. Linda Watson-president, Jane Delrees-secretary. .SECOND 
ROW: Clara Abercrombie. Larry Boyle, Mary Lee Alderson. Sharon 
Yager, Sue L Miller, Jo Roberts. Veronica Mulcahy. THIRD ROW: 
Jim (Jlenn. Mickie Michael, Jim Ferry, Charlotte Sandquist, Sandie 



Stemple, Carol Lawall. Lynn Dryer. Wmn Let;ertnn lul KIM ROW: 
Kathleen Blake. Carolyn Koehler, Anne Bri.sebois. James Davis- 
ireasurer. FIFTH ROW: Slu Hilder. Marl ha Hopkins. Dee Nicholson, 
Ciil Ander.son. T. J Thompson. Edwin Elliott. Sarah Coltrill. James 
Green. 



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Spirits remain high despite the rain. 



Well, in the spring we go on beach weekend. 




Rush brings choices for both sides. 





What did you say your name was? 



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The beginning of brotherhood, pledgeship. Gee, we're glad 



Rush, the life blood of Greek life, begins with 
an uncertain smile, an almost too hearty hand- 
shake; matures through the nightly parties; 
and emerges with the final commitment and 
the joy of a new involvement. 



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ALPPIA CHI OMEGA 



Alpha Chi's focused their attention this year on 
special altruistic projects including adopting a company 
of servicemen in Viet Nam and sponsoring a bridge 
party to raise money for the education of a young Ko- 
rean orphan. Scholarship also played a vital role in the 
program as Alpha Chi produced two Phi Beta Kappas 
and one of the exchange students to St. Andrews. 




Alpha Chi's Fall Pledge Dance — a time for high spirits and proud 
smiles. 




FRONT ROW: Cher Zucker, Sue Wood, Linda-Rae 
Gordon, Kathy Klotz, Lenore Uebelher, Ann Wal- 
ters, Mary Ann Plichta. SECOND ROW: Ginger 
Miller, Lynn Johnston, Karen Van Houten, Marti 
Garland, Jamie Cutler, Paula Friberg, Betsy Mays, 



Kathy Shirley, Diane Hickey. THIRD ROW: Vicki 
Jeffress, Cindy Cooper, Lee Britton, Stephanie Peat, 
Linda Deyerle, Margie Brown, Pam Sellers, Patsy 
Anderson. 



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Barbara Acree 
Gretchen Barney 
Joanna Bianton' 
Bonnie Bradford 
Betsy Calvo 
Marv Camiody 
Linda Clark. 

Third Vice-President 
Connie Clawson 



Carol Collins 
Marti Cook 
Mary Couper 
Carol Crule 
Pam Culley 
Glenda Dameron 
Nancy Darnell 
Laura Daughtrv, 
Second Vice-President 



Elizabeth Davis 
Wanvick Deverle 
Kathy Dodd' 
Diane Doyle 
Man- Anne Dudlev 
Debby Duel 
Secretan- 
Terry Duel 
Karen Eden 



Patti Glenn 
Nancy (iuthrie 
Andi H addon 
Alice Hem 
Paula Howland 
Sue Huber 
Mar\- Lou Jenkins 
Joyce Johnson 



Lois Johnson 
Manlvn Johnson 
Judy Knoll 
Knn I^rson 
Mflanie Le^mard 
Jounie Mahru 
Mary Lucie Mapp. 

First \ice-Presidenl 
Jan McLellon 



Carol Mever 
I^bbie Mick 
Dianne Miller 
Su^an Moore 
Grelchen Morris 
Mar>- Margaret Pastore 
Melissa Pollard 
Susan Porter 



Glenith Price 
Kathy Rankin 
Nancy Remme 
Lynn Richardson, 

Treasurer 
Cheryl Russ<.|| 
Geri Schnehli 
Ti>oL«)i Shaw. 

President 
Diane Shimler 



Ellen Shorter 
Judv SielTan 
Becky Swtf ney 
Linda Tluicker 
Sandi Thompson 
Marv Waterman 
Dehl.y Wender 
Sheila Winchester 



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CHI OMEGA 



Chi Omega's calendar included the crowning of 
Miss Williamsburg, ROTC Queen, a dessert for the 
alums, parties for freshmen men, owl hoots and many 
fraternity parties. Social service projects centered 
around helping needy families in Williamsburg at 
Thanksgiving and Christmas, sponsoring a foster child 
in Hong Kong and the annual social science prize pre- 
sented at graduation to an outstanding senior woman. 




"You've got to go Chi O!" 




FRONT ROW: Joyce iMorns, Pat Campbell, Kaki 
Becker, Greyson Pannill, Carol Ware. SECOND 
ROW': Freda Hutcherson, Lynn Greenwood, Susie 
Goodband, Jill Sivertson, Linda Gray, Ann Thrash- 
er, Alice Kirkup. THIRD ROW: Donna Olney, Col- 



leen Cameron, Shelley Watts, Barbara Saari, Dar- 
len Colyer. FOURTH ROW: Cheryl Swaim, Carol 
Hochmuth, Sue McGowan, Linn Acton, Carol Saw- 
yer, Leslie Smith, Connie Hennes. 



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Janel Ackroyd 
Mar>- Ellen Allen 
Kathy Asplund 
Toni Biorai 
Oiivian Boggs, 
Chapter Gurespondant 



Lee Bonifant, 

President 
Anne Bradstreet 
Beth Bromley, 

Treasurer 
Susan Buckley 
Lydia Bulynko 



Judy Chase 
AhTuie Clark 
Ellen Cooper 
Shelia Crossen 
Rhonda Curry 



Jo Anne Deason 
Gale Dehn 
Midge Ernst 
Jan Emstmeyer 
Linda Freeman 



Kathy Friedman 
Missy Galloway 
Ginger Graef 
Karen Haas 
Gayle Harper 



Wanda Jenkins 
Linda Kalen 
Terre Lalsios 
Carolyn Lawhom 
Marianne Lester 



Anne Lyons 
Susie Maclntyre 
Linda Marsh 
Mar>' Lou Miller. 

Recordmg Secretan.- 
Diane Mims 



Ann Nelms 
Sandie Norton 
Katy Palmer 
Barbara Pate 
Kennon Pate, 
Vice-President 



Kaye Pitts 
r\Tidv Price 
MarvKulh Price 
Pegg\ Riordan 
Anne Roberts 



Carrington Salley 
Louise S;iulnier 
Gmnie Seward 
Anne Rainey Sims 
Kit Smith 



Lin Stocker 
Susan Thncker 
Johnne Whicker 
Wynne Whitehurst 
Su-Su Williams 




Chi O pledges find housebuddies 
through a mass of string. 



Pledges and actives wait for dessert. 




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DELTA DELTA DELTA 



The Tri-Delta's really started the year off right by 
producing a first phice float, the Homecoming Queen, 
Sandy Bocock, and three of the princesses all in one 
weekend. To honor the Housemothers, the sorority held 
their annual Bridge Party. In addition to collecting 
money with Phi Tau for the United Givers' Fund, the 
Tri-Delta's entertained with the Sigma Pi's at a Christ- 
mas party for underprivileged children. 





Come to the "Delta Carnival I" 



Tri Delta's do it again - a first place float! 




FRONT ROW: Ginny Kelmkowski, Nancy Lundqu- 
ist, Jane Ballard, Ann Warrick, Cathy Fischer, Jane 
Grenfell, Pat Russell, Teresa Wedding. SECOND 
ROW: Lesley McGehee, Diane Broman, Jane Win- 
free, Kathy Hudak, Barb Smith, Gail Granger, 



Linda Cross, Liz Pierce. THIRD ROW: Sue Cun- 
ningham. Brucie McKenzie, Toni Webster, Salin 
Miller, Linda Knemeyer, Becky Beach, Kathy Kay 
Cullers, Darnell Blevins. 



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Judy Algatt 
Pam Allison 
BIythe Baldwin 
Elaine Barnes 
Roseman- Beck 



Vicki Blankenship 
Sandy Bocock 
Jane Bretnall 
Pat BufTington 
Kathy Burge, 
President 



Gw\'nn Chambers 
Penny Coiner, 

Vice-President 
Bettv Collins 
Cathy Covell 
Barbara Crissey 



Yvonne Crosier 
Dee Curwen 
Margaret Davis 
Diane Denny 
Alice Derr 



Dee Elder 
Cheryl Elrod 
Nancy Feil 
Rose Gammon, 

Recording Secretarj* 
Gina Garrett 



Beri Gomez 
Chris Hall 
Janise Hardy 
Jane Harris, 
Treasurer 
Laura Hiner 



Suzanne Hinson 
Nancy Holland 
Barbara Hopkins 
Marsha King 
Lucv Kimiaird 



\''irginia Lewis 
Dianne Luckey 
Susan Maliory 
Mary Masters 
Mar>' Jo Monk 



Nora Morsh 
Karen Nylander 
Karen Oetjen 
Branch Page 
Susan Patterson 



Dana Poarch 
Cindy Pritchard 
Diane Kiiey 
Pam Roberts 
Barbara Schwartz 



Nancy Scale 



India Shotwell 



Molly Shrver 



Carol Smith 



Allison Strange 



Susan Taylor 



Barbara Waesche 



Terry Waters 



Cathy Webb 








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GAMMA PHI BETA 



Gamma Phi Beta has many facets which include 
pledge dances, teas, scholarship dinners, slumber par- 
ties, and fraternity parties. They supported an orphan, 
sponsored a bloodmobile with Kappa Sigma, and held 
an Easter Party with Sigma Chi for underprivileged 
children. Gamma Phi's were Mortarboards, Phi Betes, 
dorm counselors, fraternity sweethearts, and campus 
leaders in many fields. 



Cheryl Anderson 
Pat ArledKe 
Rcgtjif Armentrout. 
Treasurer 



Sue Auerbach 
Greta Au^oistine 
Ann Baity 



Gerry Baltes 
Diana Barocco 
Susan Baskerville, 
President 










Carol Bender 
.Jean Branham 
Beverly Briggs 
Janet Brown 
Carol Brunson 
Kathleen Buckley 
Lyn Clay 
Carolyn Dance 



Naomi Dankers 
Jane Defrees. 

Corresponding Secretary 
Fran Engoron 
Mar\' Clare Fitzgerald 
Trisha Frazier 
Gale Gibson 
Marilyn Giorgio, 

Vice-President 
Pat Gracian 



Bobbie Grove 
Debbie Hall 
Wendy Hall 
Carol Hamerson 
Berta Hampton 
Naida Harlow 
Kalbie Hawkins 
Dee Dee HelfVich 



Chris Hines 
Mary Hum. 

Recording Secretary 
Jeanne JenKins 
Ruth Johnson 
Cottie Ken- 
Sue Knopf 
Babs Lee 
Lynda Lotz 



Alex Mallus 
Merle Mark with 
Becki McColpin 
Lynn Mcl.eod 
Judy O'Grady 
Debbie Ostergard 
Carol Peam 
Ro Petrillo 



Liz Ramsey 
Linda Reese 
Connie Scoti 
Megan Shields 
Barbara Sickles 
Susie Smith 
Linda Sorrell 
Tizzy Sturges 



Janice Swanson 
Ann Talley 
Billie Carter Tinsley 
Nadia Tongour 
Barb Williams 
Pat WwKiy 
Betty Wade Wyatt 
Lincfa Wyrick 



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FIRST ROW: Muffie Vreeland, Ivy Akers, Babs 
O'Dell, Cheryl Scott, Robyn Krug, Debbie Hower, 
Ginny Vogel, Marilyn Wynkoop. SECOND ROW: 
Beth Golladay, Cindy Hicks, Ginger Smith, Sharon 



Smith, Cindy Cave, Kay Greer, Pat Albright, Alice 
Wooten, Amy Jarmon, Barbara Croyle, Char 
Sandquist, Georgiann Prescott. 




Gamma Phi's join in Court Sing 



Gamma Phi's One Night Debutantes. 



Skits provide entertainment for Gamma Phi's "Fun Hour ' 






KAPPA ALPHA THETA 



The annual Housemothers' Brunch was a good be- 
ginning to fall for the Theta's, and their spaghetti din- 
ners this year had a new purpose: supporting Tuyet, a 
Vietnamese Child. Also an innovation was the presen- 
tation of informal pledges at the fall formal. Exchange 
dinners, Happy Hours, and Lambda Mu Mu provided 
fun-filled hours for Theta's throughout the year, while 
the pledge dance highlighted the spring. 



Jean Coley 
Lou Cooper 
Nancy Crowther 
Kathy Davis 
Beth Distler 
Jo Donate 
Ronni Green 



Nancy Harkrader 
Nancy Hauck 
Pam Hecker, 
Treasurer 
Anne Hitt 
Bari Hodge 
Pam Jamerson 
Sallv Jame.s 



Carla Johnson 
Dee Joyce 
Rochelie Kaufman 
Jenny Kems 
Linda King. 

Vice-President 
Marilyn Kron 
Jan Loonev 



Diane Lucas 
Claire Mason 
Chery! McAfee 
Peggv Merritt 
Frankie Mitchell 
Barbara Monarty 
Libba Mosely 



Beckv Pierce 
Frank Pollock 
Judy Pond 
Peggy Preston 
Sharon Pursifiill 
Carol SaundtTs 
Kathy Scholz 



Linda Scott 
Carol Shewmaker 
Sandy Smith 
Paula Southwell 
Judy Stratton. 

President 
Susan Swearmgen 
Joyce Thompson 



Shelly Turpin 
Jane Upson 
Pat Vakos 
Betty Wadkms 
Diane Woodard 
Anita Woodson 
Nancy Zentner 



Phoebe Atkinson 
Jean Attridge 
Sara June Auman 



Barbara Bouldin 
Betlijoyce Breen 
LineU Broecker 



1-inda Buckley 
Karen Buenti'ng 
Margie Byrer 



Susan Campbell 
Jean Carson 

Betsy Cherry. 
Secretary 





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FIRST ROW: Carol Hazlett, Cathy Betton, Debbie 
Waltrip, Pat Butler, Bev Sauer. SECOND ROW: 
Alice Ann Coleman. Peggy Carter. Jan Hayes. 



Nancy Bishop, Jeanne Huber. THIRD ROW: Bar- 
bara Wetherell, Kathy Hilgert, Bobbi King, Merle 
Preston, Barbara Massie, Linda Patterson. 




The Thetas proudly display their support for the 
team. 



Me in the Homecoming Contest! 



Theta's Happy Hour provides a chance to see new faces. 





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For the second consecutive year, the Kappa Delta's 
received the Achievement Award at their National 
Convention. They were also awarded the "Comeback 
Award" for their Homecoming float which burned be- 
fore the parade. KD had a very active year holding a 
faculty reception, a party for freshmen men, a House- 
mothers' Tea, two formal dances, and a Senior Banquet, 
as well as participating in national and local philan- 
thropies. 



Clara Abercrombie 

Susan Absher 
Dorislee Akers 



Linda Albright 
Susan Andrews. 

President 
Ann Bailey 



Charlene Baldwin 
Sally Bamer 
Nancy Beachley 



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Anne Beazley 
Amy Blanchard 
Sandy Borden 
Susan Bureess 
Joan Campoell 
.Judy Car hart 
Elnor Christian 
Elizabeth Conley 



Mar>' Grace Cook 
Marian Demers 
Beth Furbush 
DeNette Garber 
Wendy Gasteiger 
Roxanne Good 
Nancy Goodrich 
Carol Graham 



Cheryl GrifTiths 
Susan HoHis 
Jackie Hoskins 
Kathy Jordan 
Linda Jordan 
Deanie Kahl 
Carol Knieht 
Marjie Kuhn 



Jane Ledbetter 
Lynn Loetterle. 

Secretary 
Janet Marshall 
Jean Michael, 

Vice-President 
Sue F, Miller 
Sue L, Miller. 

Treasurer 
Suzanne Miller 
Jackie Mitchell 



Sandy Morrison 
Bettv Ncwsome 
Barbie Nold 
Jeanne Obenchain 
Rita Province 
Jane Ruckcr 
Mary Chris Schmitz 
Susan Shafer 



Janel Shields 
Mar\' Shorter 
Sandy Skeen 
Cindy Smith 
Joan Sou thai I 
Ann-Gamer Sydnor 
Mary K. Thompson 
Becky Vaughan 



Maril.N-n Verheyden 
Xancv \'erser 
Jody Vilbrandt 
Ann Warrington 
Wendy Wenrick 
Ellen Woinr 
Nancv Woodward 
Ann Wooten 




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FRONT ROW: Mary Ellen Newman, Sheila Fuller, 
Sandy Dawson, Kathy Coles, Linda Jordon, SEC- 
OND ROW: Catherine Slusser, Karen Hathcock, 



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Rebecca Dubose, Linda Zuber, Sue Loetterle. THIRD 
ROW: Sarah Chapman, Cheryl Cobb, Dorothy Kil- 
gore, Joyce Stroop, Kay Meyer. 




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Happiness is a Halloween Party at the Crippled Chil- 
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KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 



Diversity highlighted Kappa's year as they cap- 
tured first place in scholarship and with it became the 
proud recipient of the Pan-Hellenic award for the most 
improved in scholarship. First semester witnessed Kap- 
pa's third place Homecoming float and a successful pa- 
perback book drive for servicemen in Viet Nam, while a 
Valentine's Day Reception for Housemothers and volun- 
teer work at Eastern State rounded out second semester 
events. 




Kappa celebrates with a Founder's Day Dessert. 




FRONT ROW: Lyndal Andrews, Sandy St. John. 
Karen Hunsberger, Marian Godbold. SECOND 
ROW: Margaret Passage, Margaret Barba, Kim 
Craig, Nancy Trent, Judy Newcomer, Janice Sav- 



age. THIRD ROW: Sandy Snapp, Sandy Barrick, 
Cindy O'Callaghan, Liz Tarpley, Lynn Ferryman, 
FOURTH ROW: Nannie Perdue, Kathy Plasmati, 
Carol Billman, Beckv Bvrd, Lexine Lowe. 



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Kappa entertains Housemothers at a Valen- 
tine's Day Coffee. 




Lynn Andrew, 

Second Vice-President 
Karen Arnold 



Carol Bagley 
Judv Banks 



Barbie Bassuener 
Louise Beard 



Linda Beerbower 
Alison Brenner. 
President 



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Cealy Brown 
Dale Bruljeck 



Donnie Chancellor 
Condit Cooper 
Dorothy Correll 
Juana Cottmgham, 

Treasurer 
Gayie Crawley 



Linda Drake 
Betsy Ewing 
Suzanne Fauber 
Carol Figg 
Donna Fowle 



Elise Frazier 
Mary Gar\-in 
Gail Gates 
Butch le Good 
Katv Haan 



Sherrv' Hall 
Ann Hamilton 
Susan Harvell 
Bobbie Henry, 

Recording Secretary 
Jovce Hill 



Sandi Irwin 
Norma Jarrett 
Barbara Johnson 
Kathy Kearney 
Ginya Keams 



Kathy Kincaid 
Marilyn Koch 
Linda Lacy 
Gail Littlefield 
Mary Anne Mason 



Martha McGuire 
Linda Mclndoe. 

Corresponding Secre- 
tary 

Ann Miller 
Ann Morris 
Susan Morrisey 



Suzanne Pearce 
Randy Pearson 
Bea Peca, 

First Vice-President 
Carolyn Peery 
Gayle Proctor 



Barbara Burket 
Michele Cayot 



Judy Rader 
Margie Riindall 
Sue Register 
Bette Scott 
Susan Small 



Sandy Smith 
Peggy Sothoron 
Sanaie Stemple 
Linda Sundin 
Nancy Sundin 



Sue Tarplev 
Gail While 
Karen Winston 
Nell Wrather 
Bev Wright 








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PHiMT 



This spring the Phi Mu's have been busy entertain- 
ing the new fraternity pledges at an open house and 
delighting the faculty children with an Easter Egg 
Hunt. In March the sorority, the second oldest Greek- 
letter fraternity for women, celebrated its Founder's 
Day with a tea for all members and alumnae. Phi Mu 
was very proud to have a Phi Beta Kappa among their 
outstanding seniors. 



Ellen Babb 
BilliL. Bak.-r 



Janet Baker. 

Treasurer 

Susan Barber 



Kathleen Blake 
Carolyn Brock 






Kristi Brown 
Pam Crawford 





Daisy Mae and Li'l Abner prepare for Sigma 
Chi's Great Lovers Party. 



Teresa Creef 
Mary Ann Dailey 
Dodie Duncan 
Penny Goolsby 
Gloria Graoian 



.jody Hallissy 
Lynn Hecht 
Lynn Hodgson 
Carolyn Koehler 
Candy MeU 



Suzanne Miller 
Alice Moberg. 

President 
Veronica Mulcahy 
Candy Munster 
Carolyn Peyronnet. 

Recording Secretar\' 



Ellen Phillips 
Ellen Pugh 
Diane Rau 
Victoria Read 
Rebecca Rice. 
Victs President 



Bea Richardson 
Marsha Saler 
Flora Stith 
Linda Townsend 
Linda Vacca 



Gai! Varela 
Patricia Verhine 
Jo Ann Walthall 
Gail Whitaker 
Sharon Yager 










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FRONT ROW: Dorothy Montague, Linda Redmond, 
Margaret Brownell, Peg Furman. Meg Swanson. 



SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Arnold. Kathy Benmg- 
hove, Linda Birckhead, Linda Rucker, Susan Benson. 





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Flu Mu's entertain rre.shmen at a ru.'ih party. 



Kathleen displays her gift for a lucky little sister. 



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PI BETA PHI 



Fall found the Pi Phi's with three Mortar Board 
members and one Phi Beta Kappa. With five Pi Phi 
cheerleaders and co-captain Kay Atkins urging school 
spirit. Pi Phi held a reception for the football team. 
In addition to a part\' for Eastern State children, the 
Christmas Season called for an open house for faculty 
and students. A picnic at Lake Matoaka and the pledge 
dance headed spring activities. 




Pi Phi's cheer for the football team: "You're golden, Big Green!" 




FRONT ROW: Cathy Fulwiler, Susan Shipp, Alice 
Scantlebury, Laura LaBonte, Lorraine Burgio. 
SECOND ROW: Carol Lawall, Martha Mollis, Betsy 
Vail, Donna Oilman, Win Bailey, Marci Morgan, 
Bev Gosney. THIRD ROW: Suzann Wilson, Penny 



Cherry, Cindy Goodrich, Sarah .Mays, Becky Neff, 
Nancy Terrill, Sandra Garnett. FOURTH ROW: 
Frances Jones, Pat Gang, Hope Skillman, Sally 
Wilbourne. 



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Kay Atkins 
Lee Bibb Bugden 
Chris Bumey 
Trudy Butner 
Karen Clark 
Kathy Cracraft 
Mary Ann Cremins 
Susie Da\i 



Leslie Davis 
Lynn Dulin 
Dwe Eaton 
Jackie Engle 
Gerri Farinholt 
Judy Faust 
Diane Goodman 
Pam Goodrich. 
Recording Secretar. 



Becky Gooisby 
Donna Gorman 
Carole Green 
Kathy Green 
Fran Gretes 
Lee Hamilton 
Chen! Helms 
Judy Helms 



Frostv Hoskins 
Beckv Humphlett 
MariK-n Hunt 
Janice Jones 
Sherri Kardis 
Kathy Kishbauch 
Chariene Kramer 
Diane Letchworth 



Sandy McNeill 
Anne Moore 
Mar>' Morden 
Lynda Murphy 
Leslie Nadel 
Ginny Nittoli 
Nancv Pitzer 
Mar\'Beth Prettv 



Nanc>' Priebe. 

Vice-President 
Sharon Quillen 
Jo Ratio 
Francie Read 
Tiddie Richardson 
Carol Rodenbaugh 
Grace Roselli 
Carolyn Scott 



Mary Ann Shaia 
JoLynneStancil, 

Treasurer 
Chris Tavlor 
Chris Thatcher 
Kay Tucker 
Marty Vann 
Pat Vopalek 
Jan Walker 



Katie Wallme 
Janet Watkins 
Kim Watson 
Linda Watson 
Sandv Webb 
Val Wheat 
Mar>' Yeager. 

Corresponding Secretar\' 
Pat Zepul 




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FRONT ROW; Diane Goodman, Blythe Baldwin, 
Johnne Whicker, Nora Morsch, Carol Bender. Jean 
Coley, Dianne Doyle. SECOND ROW: Elaine Ross, 
Donnie Chancellor, Barbara Pate, Barbara Acree, 
Nancy Harkrader, Susan Mallory. Susan Andrews, 



Lee Bonifant. THIRD ROW: Gale Gibson, Mary 
Ann Cremins, Martha Shaw, Mary Chris Schmitz, 
Judy Stratton, Gayle Harper, Kathy Burge, Ann 
Warrington. 



Panhellenic Council 



Pan Hel added several new activities to its calen- 
dar this year with a tea and speaker for all Freshmen 
girls as well as talks in the Freshmen dormitories con- 
cerning rush, sororities and what could be expected of 
both. The council also sponsored a fashion show and 
informal and formal rush. Junior Pan Hel, in its second 
year, held a social in the fall for new informal pledges. 




Pan Hel Reps have a busy week during rush. 



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JUNIOR PAN HEL OFFICERS -FRONT ROW: Barbara Pate. She- 
lia Fuller. Pat Russell SECOND ROW: Molly Shryer, Barbara Mas- 
sie. Jean Atlridge. Babs Odell. 



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Inter-Fraternity 
Council 



The Interfraternity Council claimed numerous ac- 
complishments this year; the most important being the 
composition of a new constitution, the formation of Ju- 
nior IFC and the coordination of rush under an unusual 
housing situation. The president and vice-president at- 
tended the national convention in New York City 
where they exchanged ideas with other councils. 



Greek Weekend 1967. 




FRONT ROW: Chuck Huxsaw, Tony Gambardella, 
Bob Stephenson, George Nance, Don Freeman. 
SECOND ROW: Mike Lubeley, Ben Hubbard. Al 
Wergley, Sandy Fagan, Bruce Gillespie. THIRD 



ROW: Steve Row. Dick Wade, Joe Koons, Bob 
Cline, Robert Blair. FOURTH ROW: Lyn Dent, 
Ben Williams, Greg Hanson, Dick Richels, Jim 
Stout. 



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FRONT ROW: Jim Miller, Reggie Lewis, Larry 
Bogan, Chris Andrews, Walt Boulden. SECOND 
ROW: Rick Hansen, Tom Duffey, Brian Winn, 



Bill Pierce, John Slepokura. THIRD ROW: Fred 
Johnson, Hank Giles, Jeff Mann, Joe English, 
Tom Lafalce. Bruce Biehl. 




Saturday night at the House. 




Kappa Alphas bring Southern spirit to the football game. 



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KAPPA ALPHA 



Kappa Alpha Order Brothers are bound by a com- 
mon ideal, tradition and mutual interests. The spirit of 
the fraternity is exhibited every year at the Southern 
Ball and parade. In addition to this traditional week- 
end, the KAs also enjoyed the "Rebel 100" bicycle race, 
the Orphans party held at Thanksgiving, and their 
Mint Julep party. 



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John Bailey 
Brad Bierman 
Keith Bricklemyer 
Dennis BrowTi 
Rick Brown 



John Christopher 

Steve Cochran 
Rick Faut-rhach 
Chuck H(x>d 
Jim Husband 
Ken Irbv 



Charlie Jackson 
Don Lill>-white 
Artie Louise 
Mike Madden 
Jerr>' Masters 
Bob McLaughlin 



Terr\' Morton 

Dale Mueller 



Jim Saunders 
Tnm See 



Hob Shay 



Brian Shortell 

DickSikorski 
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FRONT ROW: Bob Hicks. Bill Strachan. Wayne 
Richard. Skip Stiles, Malcolm Holmes, Chip 
Evans, Lewis Johnston. SECOND ROW: Rick 
Clark, Scott McLennan, Dave Hoyer, Fred Klein, 
John Kalbfell, Larry Smith, Jim Laycock, Mike 



Ironmonger. THIRD ROW: Jim Worthington, 
Mark Wilson, Slate Dabney, Bruce Dallas, Buzz 
Christensen, Steven Dodge, Dick Ozimek, Lester 
Zimmerman, Mark Hettermann. 




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Kappa Sig's offer a unique meal at Homecoming. 



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Kappa Sigma engaged in a number of service pro- 
jects this year. In addition to sponsoring two blood 
drives, a clothing drive for orphans, and a Christmas 
party for Williamsburg area children, the Brothers ar- 
ranged to sponsor an orphan in Viet Nam. Among the 
fraternity's many social activities were a Christmas 
party and several sorority parties. 



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Ray Barger 
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(.hns Christensen 
Steve t'raft 
John Daley 



Dan DaiTiiKh 
Dave Daugntery 
Tony DeMary 
Ed Derringc 
Bill Duncan 
W;.rd Ellis 



Mike Florence 
DaveCrfittwals 
Jerr>' Heninielgarn 
Eddie Herring 
Frank Jenkins 
DicrkJolIiffe 



Jim Kane 

Dout; Kellenberger 

Boh Kflly 

Jiin Lavcock 

John Medlin 

Bert Milling 



Gan,- Newman 
Jim Newman 
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I'hil Paschall 
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Don Robertson 



John Shea 
Frt-d Slight 
Frank Smith 
Boh Stephenson 



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David Stout 



Billv Taylor 
BohTrico 
Al Werwlev 
BenW.Tlianis 
Brian Wolf 
John Yonuhhonis 



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FRONT ROW: Gordon Merrick, Buddy Haley, Cass 
Weiland, Russ Cottingham, Steve Wilson, Pete Ault, 
Bob Campbell. SECOND ROW: Frank Hoose, Steve 
Frisbee, Neil Gewirztmen, Dave Francis, Ashby 
Cockrell, Phil Ferguson, Alan Ramsey, Tommy 



Smith, Pete Jones. THIRD ROW: Chip Crews, Carll 
Burr, Bob Todd, Ray Anderson, Doug Brown, Tom 
Jancaitis, Joel Williamson, Greg Cowart, Hal 
Moorehead. 








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It takes all the little people to make a successful float. 



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A I Anderson 
Bob Barnes 
Bob Baxter 



Al Brown 
Jim Callahan 
MillCoffman 



Paul Conrad 
Pele Correa 
Kevin Davenport 



Brad Davis 
Lew Deirickson 
Terry Donnelly 



Tom DouEhtv 
Bob Duke 
Billv Dunn 



John Eppler 
Tom Fay 
Greg Gaebe 



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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 



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Lambda Chi participated in a number of service 
projects this year ranging from a Christmas party for 
Autistic children to a Book Drive with the Kappas for 
servicemen in Viet Nam. An outstanding social event 
on the fraternity's calendar was the cocktail party and 
Open House for the college faculty. The Brothers were 
active in student government and publications. 





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Bill Hanrock 
Greg Hansen 
Wayde Harrison 
Ken Himmel 



JimJancaitis 
Rich Kirkpalrick 
Larr>' Koch 
George Kokolski 
Steve Liincashire 



Scott Liddle 
Keith Maurer 
Rick McKitlnck 
Tim McPherson 
Rich Morris 



Carl Nelson 
Jim Parker 
Greg Pence 
Barr> Purler 
Jack PulHng 



BobSoter 
jjoh Thompson 
John Todd 
Steve Watkms 
Joe Wmn 



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FRONT ROW: Ken Drescher, Chuck Al- 
verson. Dick Moore, Jeryl Mumpower, 
Mitch Powell. David Sloan, Jim Stevens. 
SECOND ROW; John Benegar, Bill Ho- 
gan, Rick Leobold, Danny Ferrari, Rob 



JuUy. Charlie Currell. Dan Carrigan. 
THIRD ROW: Mark Walling, John Hem- 
pel, Eddie Smith, Jim Robison. Steve 
Shrader, Greg Hoover, Bruce Snyder. 







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Country dress puts Phi Taus in the mood for a Hogstomp 
party. 



Brothers welcome alumni at Homecoming reception. 



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PHI KAPPA TAU 



Phi Kappa Tau's year was highlighted with the 
dedication of their new house on Founder's Day. In ad- 
dition to furnishing the house, they found time to adopt 
an Austrian orphan and conduct the United Fund cam- 
pus campaign with Tri-Delta. At Christmas the broth- 
ers collected food baskets for needy families. The year 
also saw many parties and was climaxed by the Ja- 
maica party. 



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Rickie Allen 
Jim Baldwin 
Tim Bevins 
Vernon Bolton 
Rick Bovsen 
Bob Bullock 
Dave Cole 



RiicI Conrad 
John Cousins 
Jot* David 
Bob Day 
Dick DeBell 
Doutj Densmore 
Paul Fleshood 



Phil Frank 
Bruce Oillespie 
Brian Mailman 
Dan Har\'ev 
PauIHildebrand 
Mikelnman 
Ed Klein 



Brian Lamm 
Don MacNemar 
Frank Miller 
Bill Miller 
Tom Millican 
Don M(X)re 
Georye Nance 



Gerr\- Nance 
Buddy Phillips 
Aubrev Riiper 
Jerr> Stnllacek 
Bill Si»:afoes 
Ken Smith 
Huj^h Southerland 



Kent Stevens 
Jim Stout 
Ri.ll Sullivan 
r)ave Thompson 
Bobby Walker 
Ward Walsh 
Paul Vili:ichek 



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FRONT ROW: Randy Boatright. Tom Davick. Dar- 
ryl Moore, Bill Petty, Bob Browne, Carey Padgett. 
SECOND ROW: Charles Manning, Duncan Reid, 
Don deWilde, Bill Mustain, Scott Pierce, Vincent 



Garrenton, Harold Marsh. THIRD ROW: James 
Fitzsimmons, Bob Morden, Bud Wedd, John More- 
cock. Ken Dale, Danny Rizzo, Rick Barnes. 




Couples enjoy the traditional Bacchanalia. 







PiKA's Exterminator. 



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Dave Appier 
Tom Bagby 
Russ Bailey 



Paul Broughton 
Bill Bubsey 
Dave Canada 



Brvan Chandler 
Bill Cole 
Lin Cotman 



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Dick Dickinson 
Elliott Dinner 



Jack Driscoli 

Mike Eberhardt 
Cbuck Elliott 



Rob Emerson 
Jeff Fairbanks 
Mike Gibson 



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The Brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha this year observed 
the 100th anniversary of the fraternity's founding by 
attending celebrations in Charlottesville and Richmond. 
The annual tuberculosis drive proved to be a very suc- 
cessful one this year. Besides service, PiKA was also 
very active in intramurals and captured the volleyball 
championship. 






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Fred Hinton 
Tim Hunter 
Tony Hurst 
Steve Isaacs 
Bob Johnston 



Jim JuIIien 
Tom Morgan 
Dick Miller 
Mike Parker 
Torsten Peterson 



Rafian Pulley 
Jim Saul ton 
Dave Shackelford 
Uirr>- Slipow 
Chip Smith 



Norman Smith 
B;irt Steib 
Bob Stone 
Kent Swanion 
Phil Thomas 



DickTomlinwin 
.lack Tucker 
Rustv Vincent 
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FRONT ROW; Tony Thiel, Skip Bogle, Mike 
Nelson, Charlie Gottenkieny, Bill Weddle. SEC- 
OND ROW: Archie Galloway, Dave Whiman, 
Garv Diamond, Larry Mallory, Ronnie Cart- 



wright, Jeremy Lazarus. THIRD ROW: John 
Shebalin, Walter Stowe, Rayburn Powell, Bob 
Jendron, David Fabian. 



Variety fills a Pi Lam party. 



Pi Lam's warm welcome for the Spiders. 





The essence ot winning -or losing. 




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Alan Albert 
Herb Armstrong 
John Bowman 



Carlton Brooks 
David Brooks 
Peter Clarke 



Bill Crewe 
Keith Dayton 
Bill Donahue 



RussFee 
Larn.' Foy 
Dave France 



Don Freeman 
Tony Gambardella 
Don Gates 



Duane Gerenser 
Jim Goalder 
Will Hooker 



Ned Hopkins 
Joe Hopkins 
Ron Hudson 



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The "Purple and Gold" Formal honoring Pi Lam's 
Sweetheart, Carol Bender, proved to be one of the high- 
lights of the year. Pi Lam participated in many service 
projects including a blood drive and a Christmas Party 
at Eastern State. A successful Homecoming party for 
alumni was just one of the many examples of Pi Lam 
hospitality. Completion of the new house topped off the 
year. 



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Howie Kahn 

Scott Langhorsl 
Steve Larson 
Jim LePrell 
The<i Majka 
Tim Marx'm 
Tim Mciiau^hy 
John Mowen 



Dudley Nachman 
George Oldfield 
Charles Follow 
Berkley I*owelI 
Ernie R.imos 
Skin Riiwl 
Dick Richels 
Bob Ridout 



Ed Ritchie 
B<jvd Rus.'iin^' 
KrtxJ Roih 
Gordon SaObld 
Jahan S;ileh 
Don Sunders 
Peter Schlcif 
Jim Taylor 



Ed WeiBberg 
Richard Wc^lerman 
Larrv Whiling 
MarkWkkl.'v 
SU'vi-WinK 
I>onn Wonnell 
Ted Wood 
Jim YofTy 



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Roman Rhythm. 



Ceasar and Cleopatra. 




To be or not to be — dressed - 
that is the question? 



FRONT ROW: Les Powell, Ed Tomeck, Chris 
Layne, Richard Scheele, Steve Demchyk, Dave 
Farkash. SECOND ROW: Steve Dew, Dave Sil- 
ver, Richard Salmon, Bob Nay, Jeff Smith, Vic 



Allen, Jim Fagot. THIRD ROW: Don Marcopulos, 
Gene Michalec, Billy Seay, Pete Pugh, Rob Lau- 
ter, Tim Maguigan, Leigh Clements. 




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Chuck Amory 
Bob Brown 



Carl BufTington 
Jim Burnett 



T\' Butler 
Rodger Cahoon 



Randy Cloyd 
Richard Dolsey 



Carl Frankovitch 
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SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 




The outstanding event in the fraternity's year was 
the Founder's Day Ball commemorating their 112th 
anniversary. The Ball included a cocktail party for 
alumni, followed by a dance. Three beach weekends, a 
Toga party and the infamous Christmas Party com- 
pleted SAE's active social calendar. The chapter 
awarded former Mayor of Richmond, W. Sterling King, 
their Distinguished Service Award. 




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John Hesse 
Tom Hill 
Carroll Howard 
Bob Kaplan 



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Bob Newell 
JiM'Pctro 
Miisi>n Prickitt 



Tom ^a in 
Howard Staik 
Tobev Stout 
Billtur\ille 



Bob T>-n- 
FrwJ V;uiKhn 
Dick Wade 
Bill WciK» 



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FRONT ROW: John Coffey, Biff Hicks, Bruce 
Sasser, Ron Smith, Bill Grigsby, Tim McCleerey. 
SECOND ROW: Fred Prasse, Wes Corson, Jim 
Frost, Rob Andrews, Mike Simpson, John Dodds, 



Paul Berge. THIRD ROW: Glenn Robertson, 
Chris Harvey, Larry Menaker, Bill Elliot, 
Rodger Powers, John Gleason. 



Sigma Chi's Deflated Spider. 



Assembling at the Pub. 





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Fall party with KD's and the Sigma Chi's of Richmond. 




346 





Lehn Abrams 
Earl Adams 



Bob Bel she 
Bill Benham 



Roger Blomquist 

MikeChesson 



Jim Christiansen 
Bill Collins 



Art Conway 
Paul Dainer 



SIGMA CHI 



In April the Zeta Upsilon chapter of Sigma Chi was 
installed, thus increasing to twelve the number of na- 
tional fraternities on campus. For the second straight 
semester Sigma Chi led all fraternities in academic 
average and added its fourth Phi Beta Kappa since its 
founding as Keplar in 1962 -John Mueller. Theme and 
sorority parties were also held. 








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Paul Davis 
Bob DeLong 



Lyn Dent 
Jim Douthat 



Bob Drake 
Larry Driscoll 



Bill Finlev 
Dick Hofiman 



Chuck Huxsaw 
Doug Jacobson 



Destry Jnrvis 
PatKaik 



Gordon Kellett 
Pete King 
Buddy KJing 
Dave Larmore 
Glen Letham 



LefTLischer 
Curt Lowe 
Glenn Marshall 
Joe Mayes 
John Mueller 



MikeNuckols 
Rich O'Connor 
Bill Price 
Gerry Pugh 
Rick Richardson 



I )on Roberts 
Phil Rohrbach 
Steve Row- 
Bill Sales 
Kraig Schutte 



LarT>' Smyth 
Don Spcngeman 
Brett StJimps 
Jim Ta turn 
Jack Tompkins 



Rafi Torrens 
Bill Tropf 
Mike Tucker 
Steve Van Hook 
Stan Wojno 



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Jim Green talks to Freshmen Rushees. 



Sideline managers yell instructions. 




The crowd enjoys the Sigma Nu 
Hoat. 



FRONT ROW: Stephen Moore, Gary Stage. 
Henry Brown. Alan Kahan. Charley Triolo, Ed- 
die Doe. Al Keller, Steve Ritch. SECOND ROW: 
Ted Roberts, James Farrell, Bob Herb, Ronnie 



Lewicki, Mark Pakenham, Dwight Dansby, Wes 
Meeterr. Steven Miller THIRD ROW: Mike Car- 
roll, John Bilbo, Mike Lynch, Paul King, Dave 
Campbell, Vin Grejda, John Feuerriegel. 




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Buckv Buchanan 



Craig Burgraff 
Bill Clarke 



Scott Curai 
Jack Dean 



Sandv Fagan 
Bob Gadkowski 



Bob Holmes 
George Jones 



SIGMA NU 



Led by President Bob Gadkowski, Sigma Nu had 
an active year. Sigma Nus participated in both varsity 
and intramural sports as well as student government. 
Socially, the brother's enjoyed the White Rose Ball, Big 
Green, the beach weekend and sorority parties. They 
also sponsored a campus fund drive for the American 
Cancer Society. 







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Bob Kenney 
Bob Knaupp 
Chip Knowlton 
Dick Koms 



Ronnie Lee 
JefrLudrord 
Gerr.' Ma this 
John Miitish 



Ronnv Ncblelt 
Jim Onderdonk 
Tern.' OTuole 
Henrv- SchuU 



St«ve Slotnick 
DnveSottili 
Jim Supploe 
Kiirl Tribelhom 



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FRONT ROW: Uave Dutrow, Mike Cavey, Jim 
Friscia, Jack Peterka, Jim Nix, Dave Lambey, 
Don Elmore, Tom Cooney. SECOND ROW; Sam 
Seagle, Lee Area, Gary Seek, Stu Meyerson, Ted 



Yeiser, OUie I'arrithers. Chris Turner, Jay Mc- 
Tighe. THIRD ROW: Bill Matson. Rix Riesser, 
Ken Weiher. John Johnston, Bill Jones, Tom 
Casey, Craig Hammond, Vince Leone. 



Sig Eps sell calendars for their scholarship fund. 





Christmas caroling at the Chi O House. 



Sig Ep's Speared Spider takes third place. 







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A! Artman 
Drew Bright 
Bob Brown 



Bob Clay 

George Collins 
Mike Crane 



Dave Davis 
Dick Digennaro 
Mark Eckhouse 



Phil Franklin 
John Frece 
Doug Freiberger 



Dick Fullerton 
Buddy Gardner 
Andy Get^hegan 



SIGMA PHI EPSILON 



Sig Eps were to be found in many phases of campus 
life this past year including student government, vars- 
ity sports, theatre, and publications. They captured the 
all school championship in intramural football, bowling, 
swimming, and wrestling. Other highlights of the year 
included the Founder's Day Ball in Richmond, Christ- 
mas serenade, and Mardi Gras. 




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Wayne Giberson 
Keith Hamack 
Ben Hubbard 
Bob Johnson 
John Keiter 
John King 



Don Korte 
Rick Lawson 
Bob l,^wi8 
Mike Lubeley 
Rodger McKain 
BobNIeyerson 



Art Miller 
Greg Miller 
Bob Morris 
Al Murrav 
Rick O'Neil 
Eddie Peverell 



Ron Phillips 
BUI Pollok 
Stan Ra^'sdale 
Bruce Ripv 
Rob Robertas 
Jim Runyon 



Don Schafer 
Malcolm Schick 
Dick Smith 
SU've Snyder 
Dave Spaulding 
Larry Spell 



Rick Spurling 
Ji-fTTh.el 
Mike Wakefield 
Dick Widell 
Ben Womble 
Tom Wnght 



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Moving into position for a TD. 



The prize winning Homecoming float. 




Faces reflect enjoyment at the annual Orphan 
Party. 



FROxNT ROW: Dick Samuels, Rick Webb, 
Harry Cruse, William Bahr, John Bartholo- 
mew. SECOND ROW; Eric Engler, Jamie 



Cowlus, Jini BulUird, Leonard Tunder- 
mann, Paul Doolittle, Hardy Hubbard. 




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Bill Bailev 
Bill Barnett 







Bob Beason 
Bruce Beringer 



Bob Blair 
Hooker Boisseau 



Chip Boyd 

Ed Eakin 



Tracy Emerick 
Danny Fore 



Hank Godwin 
Russ Hereford 



Drew Hoffwood 
Steve Hoi ton 



Reed Hunt 
Dan Jenkins 



BillKallenbach 
Harrv Kent 



Neil Livingston 
Bill MacLean 



ilob Mason 
Buzzj' May 



SIGMA PI 



The Sigma Pi's enjoyed an active year with a num- 
ber of social activites including the Christmas party 
and the annual Orchid Ball held at Virginia Beach. 
This year Sigma Pi began a program of extending invi- 
tations to other chapters to visit the chapter here at the 
College. The Brothers also sponsored a party for local 
orphans and aided a Korean Orphan. 



Mike Millard 
•John Moses 
Jim Natal 



John Quaintance 
Tom Reavely 
Bill Semones 



Chris Sherman 
Tom Scheilds 
Fred Simpkins 



JefrSteinhofT 
David Ware 
Scott Weatherford 



Bill Wells 
Howie Worrell 
Bucky Zeigler 




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FRONT ROW: Jim Barackman, Lonnie Parker, 
John Morgan, Tom Parnham, Bob Hancock, Ken 
Arnesen. SECOND ROW: Jim Callear, Louis 
Monacell, Pete Czarnecki, Jim O'Brien, John 



Davey, Dick Bullock, John Fawcett, Bucky Yok- 
sas. THIRD ROW: Dave Donelson, Dave Strunce, 
Hank Lowry, John Wooleyhan, Bruce Niles, 
Dana Richardson, Chris Olsen. 




Theta Delts climb aboard for their October Hay Ride. 



Dave Watson moves toward a TD. 



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Lyle Bagley 
John Bennett 
Charlie Berger 



Mac Deekens 
Neil Dickey 
Marshall Dressel 



Bob Fit^erald 
Duncan Gamett 
Bart Garvey 



Larry Goldsmith 
Doug Green 
Mike Harding 



Scott Huzek 
Walt Jones 
Rod Klima 



Steve Kohlhagen 
Joe Koons 
Ken Kulp 



Mike McFadden 
Don McGlothlin 
Skip Osborne 



Don Roberts 
Lad Savage 
RiL'k Scheid 



BUI Seibert 
Bill Singleton 
Rick Stark 



Ron Stewart 
Doug Volz 
Rich Walker 



Dave Wat-son 
Les Watson 
Al Woolevhan 



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THETA DELTA CHI 



Theta Delt's social calendar included the annual 
Hay Ride, Harry Buffalo Party, and Pledge-Brother 
Banquet, along with "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly" 
Party. At Christmas, the brothers provided funds for 
food baskets for the community, and exchanged gifts 
and "poems" at their Christmas party. Epsilon sent 
several delegates to Bermuda for the national conven- 
tion. 




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Men's Athletic Staff 



Edmund Derringe, 
Business Manager 



H. Lester Hooker, Jr., Athletic Director, Baseball 




FOOTBALL: Head Coach Marv Levy. Mont Teefey, Don Roby, Bobby Ross, Augie Tammariello. 

Linkenauger, Larry Peccatiello. Ralph Pucci, Joe 





Barry Fratkin. 

Sports Information Director 




BASKETBALL: Assistant Freshman Coach Ben Pomeroy, Assistant 
Varsity Coach Hubie Brown, Head Coach Warren Mitchell, Freshman 
Coach Carl Slone. 



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Warren Mitchel 





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Harry Groves 



Marv Lew 




Joe Agee, Soccer. Golf 
Dick Besnier, Wrestling 
Jim Carpenter. Lacrosse 
Harrv Groves. Track 



Dudley Jensen, Swimming 
John Randolph. Assistant Track 
Chris Patterson, Gymnastics 
Col. Lewis G. Wetherell, Tennis 



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Women's 

Recreation 

Association 




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FRONT ROW: Mrs. Gwenith Reeves, Becki 
McColpin, Lynn McLeod, Miss Janet Tom- 



linson. SECOND ROW: Pam Jamerson, Bi 
lie Carter Tinsley, Mary Hurn. 




FRONT ROW: Lynn Hodgson, BAY. Wyatt, 
Nancy West, Dee Dee Helfrich, Jane Ledbet- 
ter, Gail Whitaker. SECOND ROW: Mary 



Ann Whytf, Kathy \'ininy, Suu Kc-gister. 
Donnie Chancellor. Gale Gibson, Ruthie 
Johnson. 



The Women's Recreation Associa- 
tion promotes the "healthful and 
recreative activities for all women 
students of the College." Under the 
new constitution, all women students 
are considered associate members and 
those who accumulate a certain num- 
ber of points through participation 
become active members. The intra- 
mural program consists of bridge, 
bowling, swimming, badminton, ten- 
nis, volleyball, basketball, and soft- 
ball supplemented by synchronized 
and modern dance. 



FRONT ROW: Liz Ramsey, Billie Spencer, 
Lynn McLeod, Jo Carol Sale, Susie Smith, 
Gail Whitaker. SECOND ROW: Cindy 
Hicks, Gerry Baltes, Boofy Hollowell, Becky 
Vaughan, Lynn Clay, Linda Scott, Margaret 
Brownell, Carol Meyer. 



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Indians End 5-4-1 for Third Straight 

Winning Year 



The 1967 William and Mary football Indians closed 
out an up-and-down year with a record identical to last 
year's 5-4-1 mark after a season of unexpected wins, 
disappointing losses, and a frustrating tie. In recording 
his third straight winning season and making his four- 
year mark 20-18-2, Head Coach Marv Levy led a team 
composed entirely of his recruits to a fourth-place finish 
in the Southern Conference. 

The season began with a resounding win over 
Quantico, but the Tribe then dropped three straight -to 
East Carolina, Virginia Tech by wide margins, and to 
Vanderbilt by a slim two-point deficit. Then the Indians 
roared back with four straight wins — over VMI in the 
Tobacco Bowl, rugged Ohio, Navy for the first W&M 
win in that series in 25 years, and Citadel in a shutout. 
A tie with West Virginia and a season-ending loss to 



Richmond put a damper on the mid-season heroics. 

Individually, the Indians outmanned all other 
Conference teams by placing five men on the starting 
lineups of the All-Southern Conference Team — sopho- 
more split end Jim Cavanaugh, who set a single game 
SC record with 180 yards in pass receptions against 
VMI; offensive tackle Brad Cashman, who made the '66 
All-SC as Guard for George Washington, then trans- 
ferred to the Reservation and repeated; defensive end 
Bob Gadkowski, who was named for the third straight 
time; linebacker and Co-Captain Adin Brown, named 
for the second time; and safety Chip Young, among the 
nation's early leaders in punt returns and interceptions. 
Second team selections included quarterback Dan Dar- 
ragh, defensive tackle Buck Buchanan, and safety Ed- 
die Herring. 



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FRONT ROW: Co-Captains Mike Madden and Adin Brown. SEC- 
OND ROW: Steve Howard, Joe Pilch, Dave Holland, Dave Sottili, 
Tom Odell, Geoff Beitner, Ward Ellis, John Yonushonis, Jim Green, 
Bill Gabeler, Howard Bruno, Joe Wingo, Tom Bright. THIRD ROW: 
Coach Marv Levy, Jim Cavanaugh, Dick Sikorski, John Shea, Rich- 
ard Como, Jack Dean, Ralph Beatty, Steve Slotnick, Ted Zychowski, 



Chip Young, Bill McKinnon, Jeff Lund, Terry Morton, Bob Gad- 
kowski, Charlie Jackson, Al Yates, Bob Shay, Bob McLaughlin, Al 
Cheatham, Chuck Housel, Jim Laycock, Buck Buchanan, Karl Tri- 
belhorn, Burt Waite, Tony DeMary, Ray Barger. Dick Korns, Jim 
Barton, Brad Cashman. 



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W&M 38 QUANTICO 7 

W&M 7 ECC 27 

W&M 7 VPI 31 

W&M 12 VANDERBILT 14 

W&M 33 VMI 28 

W&M 25 OHIO 22 

W&M 27 NAVY 16 

W&M 24 CITADEL 

W&M 16 WVU 16 

W&M 7 RICHMOND 16 



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A dedicated team 



A future hero 



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QUANTICO 7 

The 1967 season began in fine 
style as the Indians completely out- 
manned Quantico 38-7. A tenacious 
defense held the Marines to— 11 
years rushing, and the offense rolled 
up 337 yards, scoring in every quar- 
ter. Mike Madden scored the first 
TD of the season, followed by Tex 
McKinnon, Bob Mahnic, Jim Cav- 
anaugh, and Buck Buchanan's 36- 
yard field goal. 



and scores the first 1967 TD. 



W&M 7 

EAST CAROLINA 27 

Three fourth-quarter touchdowns were the differ- 
ence in this long awaited rematch of last year's opening 
season 7-7 tie with the Pirates, and for most of the 
game it appeared that the score would be the same. 
Playing on a soggy Gary Field during the onslaught of 
Hurricane Doria, the Indian defense could not contain 
two of ECC's running backs, sophomore Butch Colson 
and tailback Neal Hughes. The usually potent passing 
attack of the Indians failed throughout the game, gain- 
ing only 14 yards on two completions. In addition the 
Tribe lost three fumbles. An outstanding job was done 
by Joe Pilch, who gained 90 yards rushing. 




Dan Darragh throws 



Jim Cavanaugh catches 



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W&M 7 

VIRGINIA TECH 31 

Indian mistakes again played into the hands of the 
opposition, and again the fourth quarter proved devas- 
tating as the Indians dropped a 31-7 loss to state arch- 
rival Virginia Tech. The Indians saw three passes inter- 
cepted by the alert Tech defense, and also lost a pair of 
fumbles. Offensively the Tribe outgained the hosts, 
picking up 314 yards and 17 first downs, as compared to 
285 yards and 15 first downs for the Gobblers. But the 
lost possessions proved fatal, as all three pass intercep- 
tions led to VPI scores. Jim Cavanaugh grabbed nine 
passes to take an early lead in national pass reception 
statistics. 




W&M 12 

VANDERBILT 14 

The Indians cut down their errors, but could not 
come up with the big play and dropped a close 14-12 
decision to tough Vanderbilt of the Southeastern 
Conference. Dan Darragh began to indicate the bril- 
liance coming up later in the season, as he scored on a 
17-yard option. The other score came on a 50-yard punt 
return by Chip Young, who accounted for 99 yards in 
punt returns and a 14-yard pass interception. The 
W&M defense was more alert, causing five fumbles and 
recovering two of them. However, losing three passes to 
the enemy and missing a two point conversion on a 
pass attempt led to the Indian loss. 



Jim Barton returns a theft 



TIMES-DISPATCH/Gormus 




Terry Morton confronts Keydets 



W&M 25 

OHIO 22 

Buck Buchanan's second period field goal that 
nicked the cross bar and bounced over was the differ- 
ence as the Indians began a string of Homecoming up- 
sets—with a 25-22 come-from-behind win over Ohio. 
Excelling on defense, Buchanan shared honors with Ted 
Zychowski, who caught six passes for 123 yards and a 
pair of TDs. Adin Brown led a defense that kept pres- 
sure on the Bobcats all day. 



W&M 33 

VMI 28 

Jim Cavanaugh and "reserve" quarterback Dan 
Darragh combined to shatter VMI 33-28 in the 1967 
Tobacco Bowl. Darragh completed 11 of 20 passes, ac- 
counted for 223 yards total offense, scored twice and 
passed for once for TDs, and was named SC Back-of- 
the-Week. Cavanaugh grabbed nine passes for 180 
yards, a school and SC mark for game pass yardage. 
Defense was outstanding, and Chip Young finished 
with 102 yards in returns. 



365 



Tribe's 27-16 Rout of Navy Highlight 

of '67 Season 



Dan Darragh and Adin Brown led the assault on 
the then number one team in the East as the Indians 
pulled one of the biggest football upsets not only in their 
history but in the national season to that time. Shelling 
the Middies with four explosive touchdowns in the last 
fifteen minutes of the game, the Indians mauled Navy 
in their annual Homecoming contest 27-16. The game 
began on a sour note for the Indians as a fumble in the 
end zone and a clipping penalty resulted in a safety and 
a "2-0 Navy lead. That margin stretched out to 16-0 
through three quarters of play before the Tribe un- 
tracked and went on to record what Coach Marv Levy 
called his "gi'eatest thrill in coaching ever." Dan Dar- 
ragh began the barrage with a one yard sneak on the 
final play of the third quarter. Buck Buchanan re- 



covered a Navy fumble on the W&M 14-yard line and 
Darragh directed a fantastic 86-yard scoring drive, cap- 
ping it with an 11-yard TD toss to Jim Cavanaugh. 
Brown anchored an unyielding Tribe defense that 
forced a Navy punt, and the Indians soon found the end 
zone again, this time on a 51 -yard bomb to Steve Slot- 
nick. With a narrow 20-16 lead, the Indians immedi- 
ately regained possession on the following kick-off when 
Jeff Lund simply beat Navy to the ball, and recovered 
on the Middle 20. Terry Morton added the final TD to 
close the scoring. Brown led his defense all over the 
Navy backfield, blocking a punt, forcing bad passes, 
and leading vicious tackles. Darragh was again named 
SC Back-of-the-Week for his splendid performance. 



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Steve Howard nipped by Middle 



Burt Waite clamps Navy 



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W&M 24 

CITADEL 

A Conference title that was aban- 
doned early in the season suddenly 
reappeared as the Indians won their 
fourth straight game, overpowering 
Citadel 24-0. Ruining the Bulldogs' 
Parents Day, the Tribe rolled up 460 
yards total offense. Adin Brown 
keyed a tough defense that inter- 
cepted four passes (two by Jimmy 
Barton) and recovered two fumbles. 
Jeff Lund accounted for one of the 
game's best runs — a 61-yarder to set 
up a fourth period score. 



Jeff Lund blasts Bulldogs 



W&M 16 

WEST VIRGINIA 16 

What chances the Tribe had for a SC Title tie 
ended with a tie — a frustrating 16-16 split with the 
eventual champ West Virginia. Both teams turned on 
terrific defenses, with the Indians holding the Mounties 
to 87 yards rushing and 92 yards passing. But the Tribe 
could not mount any offensive of its own, gaining 24 
yards on the ground and 124 passing. The Indians made 
several costly mistakes, losing four fumbles, three pass 
interceptions, and allowing an 85-yard punt return. 
Both teams missed on conversions and field goals with 
the Indians getting the last shot — a 33-yard attempt by 
Bob Gadkowski that faded to the left of the uprights in 
the closing moments of the final period. 









Cavanaugh grabs another 



Lund scores a 72-yard TD 




W&M 7 

RICHMOND 16 

The Indians spoiled three previous Homecomings 
but could not win their own, losing to a quick Rich- 
mond squad 16-7. The offense seemed sluggish the en- 
tire game, and the only score was a 72-yard run by Jeff 
Lund in the first period. Richmond held W&M to seven 
first downs and 185 total yards, while totalling 17 first 
downs and 284 yards. The passing game weakened with 
an early game injury to Jim Cavanaugh, and although 
the defense recovered a fumble and picked off two pass- 
es, the Tribe offense could not muster enough for a win. 



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The beginning of a touchdown 



WASHINGTON POST, Di-1 VVrchu 



TIMES-DISPATC;H/Gormus 





Indians squelch Navy rush 



Darragh dives for five 



THE VA TECH Holt 



CHARLESTON EVENING POST/Swain 





Tribe hurries VPI pass 



Not all were caught 



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Five Indians on 
SC Team 



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Ted Zychowski upended 



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Buck Buchanan mashes Pirate 







Darragh sinks Navy 



369 



Frosh Finish Year 2-2-1 



This year's freshman football team faced one of its 
toughest schedules ever and came through with a fine 
2-2-1 record. After losses to the VMI Rats and the Navy 
Plebes (a 14-13 squeaker), the Papooses tied West Vir- 
ginia, then defeated Bullis Prep and Richmond in their 
final games. Quarterback Tom Byrne and end Tom 
LaFalce were among the outstanding players on offense 
for the young Indians, and linebacker Bob Herb and 
back Tom Duffey paced the tough defensive unit. With 
many seniors leaving this year's varsity, the 1967 frosh 
will be trying especially hard for starting positions in 
the spring and fall. 




Today's youth, tomorrow's stars 




FRONT ROW: Tom LaFalce, Jon Bilbo, Chip Evans. Mark Paken- 
ham, Larry Bogan. Tom DufTey, Tom Byrne, Charles Triolo, Walt 
Boulden, Lester Zimmerman, Dale Garlick, John Slepokura SEC- 
OND ROW: Jeff Almo, Steve ,\liller, Mike Carroll, Don Hackett, 
Lew Johnston, Bubba Hooker, Dick Hansen, John Rousso, Bob 



Herb, Dave Hover. Larry Smith. Ron Lewicke. THIRD ROW: Asst. 
Coach Mike Weaver, Asst. Coach Ned Carr, Jim Farrell. John 
Feuerriegel, Bruce Biehl. Vince Grejda, Cary Kennedy, Ray Keech, 
Andy Giles. Brian Winn, Ron Gibson, Ted Swearingen, Jeff Mann, 
Head Coach Scott Swan. 



370 




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FROSH 7 VMI 13 

FROSH 13 NAVY 14 

FROSH 14 WVU 14 

FROSH 21 BULLIS 20 

FROSH 19 RICHMOND 12 



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371 



Indians Maintain Superiority; 
Win State, SC, District 



The Indian cros.s country team fin- 
ished another outstanding year to 
continue the tradition of the track 
program as the best of all William 
and Mary sports. Competing in what 
Head Coach Harry Groves called his 
"toughest dual season ever," the 
runners finished with a 5-2 dual 
record, losing only to Eastern powers 
Navy and Georgetown. In addition, 
the Indians successfully defended 
their State and Southern Conference 
championships, as well as pulling a 
repeat of last year's win in the 
NCAA District III meet with a win 
over Tennessee, one of the best in 
the South. Terry Donnelly and 



George Davis led the 1967 squad, 
and the depth proved sound with 
Chop Jordan, Juris Luzins, Dick 
Widell, Larry Armstrong, Larry 
Bryant, John Derrick, Joe Hopkins, 
Jim McDuffie, Dick Nangle, Rich 
Olsen, Eric Smith, and Ted Wood 
following. Donnelly led the team to 
a 12th place tie with Penn State in 
the IC4A meet, placing fourth indi- 
vidually, out of 36 teams. This year's 
freshmen won four of six meets, with 
Howell Michael ending his inaugu- 
ral year of W&M cross country un- 
beaten in regular competition and a 
sixth place finish in the IC4A Frosh 
race. 




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FRONT ROW: Hal Moorehead, Peter Jones, 
Vince Norako. Bruce Gravatt. Howell Mi- 
chael. Gary Hayden. Bob Bjorklund. David 
Strunce, Bob Garber. SECOND ROW: M^r 
Pat Stanse. Rich Olsen, Rich Nannie. Co- 
Captains Dick Widell and Terry Donnelly. 



Joe Hopkins. George Davis. THIRD ROW: 
Head Coach Harry Groves. Eric Smith, Jim 
McDuffie, John Derrick, Juris Luzins. Ted 
Wood. Larry Armstrong. Asst. Coach John 
Kandolpb 




Terry Donnelly — 4th in IC4A 



372 




W&M 28 EAST CAROLINA 29 

W&M 15 VIRGINIA 49 

W&M 29 NAVY 26 

W&M 25 QUANTICO 36 

W&M 17 VMI 46 

W&M 32 GEORGETOWN 23 

W&M 20 BALT. OLYMPIC 29 

W&M in NCAA DISTRICT III FIRST 

W&M in STATE MEET FIRST 

W&M in CONFERENCE MEET FIRST 

W&M in IC4A MEET 12th 



FROSH 17 EAST CAROLINA 49 

FROSH 15 OLD DOMINION 50 

FROSH 15 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT 50 

FROSH 17 VMI 46 

FROSH 35 GEORGETOWN 20 

FROSH in W&M INVITATIONAL SECOND 

FROSH 32 BALT. OLYMPIC 23 

FROSH in STATE MEET FIRST 



Donnelly in NCAA District Meet 





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373 



Soccer Team in Loop Tie 






Maneuvering the opposition 



•Juf Agee and his young team 



Soccer, still trying to attain a more prominent sta- 
tus, played in another inaugural-type season, this one 
the first with a regular coach drawn from the athletic 
department. The new freshmen-eligibility rule adopted 
by the Southern Conference in minor sports was of 
great benefit to the Indian soccer team, which finished 
with a respectable 3-6 record. All three wins came at 
the expense of Southern Conference opponents, and the 
Indians were in the playoffs of the Northern Division at 



the end of the season. Coach Joe Agee's squad was led 
by high-scoring freshman Bob Jendron and goalie Dave 
Fabian. Captain of the team was senior Keith Brickle- 
meyer, a three-year veteran. Only he and fullback Dale 
Mueller will be lost from next year's squad. Other out- 
standing players included Mark Taylor, Steve Wilson, 
John Dodds. Bruce Niles. Bill Grigsby, Pete Schleif, and 
John Burleigh. 




FRONT ROW: Matt Pagels, Tom Wieboldt. George Fenigsohn, Pete 
Schleif, John Dodds. Boh Boal. Jeff Finnegan, Dan Carrigan. Scott 
McEvoy, Ed Klem. Bruce Niles, Steve Wilson. SECOND ROW: Asst. 
Coach Gary King, Mike Darr, Paul Berge, John Corbett. Duane 



Gerenser, Bob Jendron. Stu Meyerson. Dave Fabian. John Burleigh. 
Ed Hartman. Dale Mueller. Keith Bricklemeyer, Mark Taylor. Dave 
Andenson, Head Coach Joe .Agee. 



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Goalie Dave f'abian leaps, saves 



W&M RANDOLPH-MACON 4 

W&M 2 GEORGE WASHINGTON 1 

W&M 2 VIRGINIA MILITARY 1 

W&M WASHINGTON & LEE 7 

W&M 2 EASTERN MENNONNITE 3 (2 OTi 

W&M 3 FORT EUSTIS 6 

W&M 3 EAST CAROLINA 1 

W&M 2 FORT EUSTIS 5 

W&M WEST VIRGINIA 9 




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Mary Hum out-dribbles her guard -goal drive 



Women's Hockey Team 



The women's hockey team finished the 1967 season 
with a 3-2-3 record, and several players were mentioned 
for regional selections — six named to the Tidewater Col- 
lege Team, and four who played in a Southeast Tourna- 
ment. Only six seniors are counted on the first two var- 
sity teams, and the Junior Varsity compiled a good 5-3- 
1 record. The captain was Jo Carol Sale, and others 
who played well during the season were seniors Dee 
Dee Helfrich and Mary Hurn. 



W&M 1 Longwood 2 

W&M 5 RPI 

W&M 3 Madison 

W&M 2 Westhampton 3 

W&M 1 Roanoke 1 

W&M 1 Towson 1 

W&M 3 Mary Washington 1 

W&M 2 Sweet Briar 2 




Fast drive into the circle maintains W&M control on this corner 
play 




FRONT ROW: Cynde Hicks, Bille Carter Tinsley, Mary Hurn. Bob- 
bie Grove. Dee Dee Helfrich, Jo Carol Sale, Kathy O'Flaherty. Su- 
san Baskerville. SECOND ROW: Sue Covington, Kay Barrett, 
Sherry Vetter, Sherry Coppola, Gerry Baltes. Pat Albright, Joan 



Brownell. THIRD ROW: Pat Southw^orth. Margaret Brownell, Mary 
Jane Sullivan, Linda Stickel. Gay Hall. Sally Wilbourne, Gail 
Whitaker. 



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377 



Sherwood Stars in Hot-and-Cold Cage Year 




Warren Mitehell watches 



The inability to win on the road proved disastrous 
to the basketball Indians, as they finished with a 6-17 
record. Bob Sherwood was the star this year, becoming 
the highest scoring sophomore in W&M history with a 
Conference-leading 22.7 points per game average. He 
was named to the first team of both the Conference and 
State squads. Other double figure scorers were seniors 
Ron Panneton (Captain) and Jim Rama. The year was 
marked by the first appearance of an Indian quintet on 
television, as their home game with the Citadel was 
part of the inaugural season for SC games on TV. Wins 
this season came at the expense of George Washington, 
VMI, Pittsburgh, Loyola of New Orleans, Richmond (a 
98-92 overtime thriller), and Furman. Coach Warren 
Mitchell loses four seniors off the squad, but will have 
some fine sophomores back for starting spots next year. 




Sherwood pumps from outside 



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W&M 


66 ... 


West Virginia 


83 


W&M 


96 ... 


. . . . George Washington 


76 


W&M 
W&M 


73 ... 


N.C. State 


88 
81 


75 ... 


Davidson 


W&M 
W&M 


79 ... 


Wake Forest 


108 

82 


96 . .. 


VMI 


W&M 


49 ... 


Connecticut 


51 


W&M 


86 ... 


Massachusetts 


92 


W&M 


69 . . . 


Jacksonville 


71 


W&M 


79 ... 


Pittsburgh 


65 


W&M 


97 ... 


Loyola 


74 


W&M 


70 ... 


VPI 


90 


W&M 
W&M 


70 ... 


East Carolina 


71 

92 OT 


98 ... 


Richmond 


W&M 


70 


West Virginia 


88 


W&M 


76 ... 


. . . . George Washington 


80 


W&M 
W&M 


75 


The Citadel 


84 
68 


62 ... 


VMI 


W&M 


75 ... . 


East Carolina 


99 


W&M 


91 ... 


Furman 


76 


W&M 


72 ... 


VPI 


78 OT 


W&M 
W&M 


73 ... 


The Citadel 


84 
108 


81 ... 


Richmond 


W&M 


68 ... 


Davidson (SO 


107 



Downing, Sherwood, Rama, Daugherty, Panneton. 




FRONT ROW: Manager Gary Williams, Assistant Coach Carl Slone, 
Coach Warren Mitchell, Assistant Coach Hubie Brown, Assistant 
Coach Ben Pomeroy, Manager Dan Bonner. SECOND ROW: Tom 



Finton, Ed Derringe, Jerry Hemmelgarn, Harry Kent. Mike .John- 
son, Bob Sherwood, Dave Daugherty, Jim Rama, Bill Taylor, David 
Stout, Jack Downing, Ron Panneton, Scott McLennan. 



379 




Panneton drives on Panthers 



Rama clears rebound 



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Daugherty fires from corner 



Sherwood shoots above Colonials 




Downing man-to-man 



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Panneton leaps against Loyola 



Downing, Panneton defend against UConn 



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Panneton sails toward basket 




383 



Dodge, King Star in 
Tough Papoose Season 



The freshman basketball team, playing one of its 
toughest seasons ever, recorded a 2-13 record in 1967- 
68. Small in number, the Papooses lost several close 
games, and recorded wins over Frederick Military and 
Virginia Tech. Paul King, Steve Dodge, and Doug 
Brown paced the frosh, averaging 15.3, 16.6, and 13.8 
points per game. King recorded a season high with 34 
points and 19 rebounds in the VPI game. 




King hooks against GW 




FRONT ROW: Coach Carl Slone, Manager John Nicohii.sen. SEC- 
OND ROW: Neil Gewirlzraan. Rav Anderson. Tom Jancaitis. Mike 



Lynch. Paul King, Doug Brown. Steve Dodge. 



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Frosh 83 West Virginia 95 

Frosh 82 Frederick Military 79 

Frosh 70 North Carolina 106 

Frosh 81 George Washington 82 

Frosh 74 Old Dominion 108 

Frosh 49 VPI 52 

Frosh 67 Duke 116 

Frosh 81 East Carolina 106 

Frosh 70 Richmond 75 

Frosh 76 George Washington 1 19 

Frosh 66 Frederick Military 91 

Frosh 72 East Carolina 98 

Frosh 85 Old Dominion 90 

Frosh 72 VPI 66 

Frosh 83 Richmond 105 



Gewirtzman passes against Monarchs 





Southpaw Dodt,'i' lofts jumper 



Brown lifts shot over FMA 



385 



Women's Basketball 



The women ended their 67-68 season with a 3-4 
record, missing out on a better than .500 season by five 
points in the last game with Westhampton. Captained 
by Lynn McLeod and Kay Barrett, and paced by high 
scorers Ruth Terry and Sherry Vetter, the women will 
have great experience next year, losing only one starter 
through gi'aduation. 



W&M 34 Old Dominion 59 

W&M 50 Old Dominion 42 

W&M 41 RPI 49 

W&M 39 Lynchburg 70 

W&M 33 Longwood 29 

W&M 41 Mary Washington 23 

W&M 41 Westhampton 46 




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Kay Barret blocks pass 





FRONT ROW: Cyndy Hicks, Kay Barrett, 
Lynn McLeod. DeeDee Helfrich. SECOND 
ROW: Sherry Vetter, Trish Frazier. Ruth 



Terry, Billie Tinsley, Robin Krug, Barbara 
WethereH. 



Scramble for rebound 



386 




Indoor Track Repeats 
As State, SC Champ 



The indoor track team continued to dominate State 
and Conference competition, winning both champion- 
ships by one-sided margins. Although running in only 
one tri-meet, the depth-rich Indians took two unofficial 
team championships — the VMI Relays and the Dela- 
ware Invitational. Strength in relays was the key to the 
VMI showing, with wins in the distance medley, 440, 
880, and sprint medley relays, second in the mile relay, 
and third in the shuttle hurdle and four-mile relays. At 
Delaware the Tribe won nearly everything, taking 
eight of 14 events. In the State Meet the Indians piled 
up 80 points to 43 for runner-up VPI, and in the Con- 
ference Meet, W&M amassed 94y2 points to 33 for sec- 
ond-place VMI. Top performances included Terry Don- 
nelly's 4:07.9 mile, Bruce Dallas' 6-9 high jump, Mar- 
shall Stone's 15-10'/2 pole vault, Doug Griffith's 6.8 low 
and 7.4 high hurdles, Bill Findler's 35.6 and 50.4 in the 
330 and 440. 



Donnelly anchors sprint medley relay 




FRONT ROW: Chop Jordan, George Fenigsohn, Rich Olsen, George 
Davis, Bruce Gravatt, Manager Pat Stange. SECOND ROW: Steve 
Gaskins, Dan Hennenberg, Chris Harvey, Howell Michael. Tom 
Duffey, Fred Anspach and Terry Donnelly -Co-Captains, Richard 
Nangle, Jim McDufTie, Larry Bryant, Tom Jones. THIRD ROW: 
Coach Harry Groves, Gary Hayden, Juris Luzins, Bill Kindlor. 
Bruce Whitenack, Bob Bjorklund, Mike Fratkin, Bob Garber, Dave 



Watson, Phil Dillard, Hal Moorehead, Pete Jones, Assistant Coach 
John Randolph. FOURTH ROW: Marshall Stone, Bob Stone, Bud 
Tamea, Pete Pugh, Bruce Dallas, Bill Elliot, Joe Sissler. .Mark Decot, 
Tom Frantz, John Lerohl, Doug GrifTith. FIFTH ROW: Ted Wood. 
Bob Youman, Tom Nugent, Tom Cooney, Dick Conway, Dee Craig, 
Scott McLennan, John Doolillle, Dave Strunce, Robert Davis, Eric 
Smith. 



387 




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Jumper at W&M Winter Invitational 



Stone clears bar at SC Meet 





Watson wins SC 600; Wood third 



Dallas in SC high jump 



388 




Michael a74i, Donnelly a52) in SC Mile 





Michael in VMI Relays 



Findler leads 1-2-3 finish in SC 330 



389 



Gymnasts End Year 
With Fine 5-2 Mark 



This year's gymnasts ended their season with a fine 
5-2 record, and with only three graduating seniors on 
the squad, a fine future is promised for Coach Chris 
Patterson. Some of the top performers included Tom 
Buehler, Bob Morris, Rick Spurling, Herminio Cuervo, 
Bob Brown, and Jim Kane. 



W&M 
W&M 
W&M 

W&M 


127.9 

98.5 

88.0 


UVa 

Furman 

Citadel 

. . . . Old Dominion 


113.05 
116.60 
82.10 
87.05 
85.35 
28.50 


74.1 


UVa 

Frostburg 





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FRONT ROW: Chris Hines, Debbie Watson, Marilyn Johnson. 
Sandy St. John, Michelle Loizzi. SECOND ROW: Terry Orlick. Pat 
Carroll, Melvin Manor, Jeff Wren, Ed Tomlinson, Bob Brown, Pat 
Berger, Herminio Cuervo. Bob Morris. Jim Runyon. Rick Spurling, 



Chris Condit, Walt Mehring, Coach Chris Patterson. THIRD ROW: 
Greg Weigle, John Crowe, Marc Paster, Tom Buehler, John Greene, 
Dick Knight, Pete Tyre. 



391 



Wrestlers Power to 
SC Championship 



Ranking with track as the best of the "minor" 
sports this year was varsity wrestling, which finished 
with a 9-1-1 dual record and a Southern Conference 
championship. The Indians sent seven men to the finals 
of the SC Tourney, and totalled four championships and 
three runners-up, scoring 87 points to 65 for second- 
place VMI. The champs were Lonnie Parker (115), Greg 
Giordano (152), Jeff Thiel (160), and Bob Hobson (167), 
who was named outstanding wrestler of the tourna- 
ment. Second places went to Ollie Carrithers (145), 
Scott Curzi (177), and Tony Christ (191). 




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FRONT ROW: John Russo, Greg Giordano, Allen 
Ramsey, Ron Stewart, John Eppler, Lonnie Par- 
ker. Greg Miller. SECOND ROW: Coach Dick 



Besnier, Ollie Carrithers, JefTThiel, Bob Hobson. 
Scott Curzi. Tony Christ, Doug Frieberger, Trainer 
Judd Mason. 




392 







SC Champs Hobson, Thiel, Giordano. Parker 




W&M 20 Wilmington 8 

W&M 27 Davidson 7 

W&M 15 Franklin & Marshall 12 

W&M 26 Virginia 3 

W&M 7 Old Dominion 26 

W&M 21 VMI 11 

W&M 29 Washington & Lee 5 

W&M 25 Towson State 11 

W&M 27 North Carolina 6 

W&M 17 East Carolina 11 

W&M 15 West Virginia 15 

W&M in Southern Conference First 




Curzi works for pin 




Giordano breaks down opponent 



Eppler shoots half, approaches pin 



393 



Freshmen Conclude 
3-1 Year in Duals 



Wrestling in four dual meets this season, the Pa- 
pooses won all but one match. With the freshmen vying 
for varsity positions this year, squad competition was 
especially tough. One of the best of the frosh who did 
not compete in varsity matches was Henry Brown, who 
finished unbeaten in his class. 



Frosh 14 Old Dominion 13 

Frosh 19 Apprentice School 15 

Frosh 11 North Carolina 24 

Frosh 31 Towson State 6 




Leone wins Towson match 




Frosh records pin 




FRONT ROW: Allen Ramsey. Chris Turner. Matt Pagels. Bart 
Garvey. SECOND ROW: Henry Brown, Ed Hartmann, Vince 



Leone. Les Zimmerman, Manager Chris Condit. 



,394 




Women Undefeated: 
Take State Crown 



The women concluded their fourth straight un- 
beaten season this year, winning six dual meets, one 
tri-meet, and the Virginia Intercollegiate Meet. Becki 
McColpin and Suzanne Bolton, who started the team in 
1965, finished their varsity careers in fine style, with 
Becki unbeaten in her events. Other stars included di- 
ver Linda Freeman, and swimmers Gail Littlefield, 
Janice Savage, Alice Harden, Linda Bierbower, and 
Carol Brunson. 



W&M 58 Longwood 19 

W&M 50 Old Dominion 27 

W&M 61 Mary Washington 42 

Longwood 28 

W&M 55 Westhampton 22 

W&M 47 Old Dominion 30 

W&M 57 Lynchburg 20 

W&M 46 Roanoke 31 

W&M in Virginia Collegiate First 



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FRONT ROW: Suzanne Bolton, Nancy Bierly, Alice 
Harden, Debbie Hower, Becki McColpin, Coach 
Mildred West. SECOND ROW: Gail Littlefield, 



Linda Freeman. Carol Brunson. Janice Savage, 
Linda Beerbower, Laurie Roberts, Dee Nicholson. 
Managers Nancy Holland and Georgiann Honec. 



395 



Better Depth Gives 
Third in SC Race 



W&M 


59 


Citadel 45 


W&M 
W&M 
W&M 


58 


VMI 46 


61 


. Old Dominion 43 
Virginia 66 


38 


W&M 


66 


Clemson 38 


W&M 


47 


. . Wake Forest 57 


W&M 


64 


. . Georgetown 40 


W&M 


27 


. West Virginia 72 


W&M 


39 


. Virginia Tech 65 


W&M 


57 


Davidson 47 


W&M 


in Southern Conference 


Third 



Strengthened by the addition of last year's un- 
beaten freshmen, the Indians recorded a 6-4 dual mark 
this year and a third place finish in the Conference 
meet. Wins came over VMI (for the first time in thirty 
years), Citadel, Old Dominion, Georgetown, Davidson, 
and Clemson. George Collins was one of the outstand- 
ing swimmers, specializing in distance free styles and 
relays. Co-captain Keith Maurer anchored many of the 
winning relays, as well as swimming in the individual 
medley. The freshmen ended with an 8-2 record, defeat- 
ing Kecoughtan, VMI, Old Dominion, Granby, West 
Virginia, Hampton, Maury, and James Blair. Dave 
Dutrow, Jay McTighe, and Rick Reisser were among 
the outstanding freshmen. 




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FRONT ROW: Phil Sparks, George Bear, Wade Harrison, Keith 
Maurer. SECOND ROW: Bob Kennedy, Duncan Reid, Rich Morris, 
George Collins, Dick DeGennaro, Wayne Giberson, Ken Unzicker, 



Fred Hoener, John Cireene, Bob Henderson, Coach Dudley Jensen, 
Terry Orlick. THIRD ROW: Bob Ricketts, Jay McTighe, Rick Reis- 
ser, Keith Hamack, Fred Klein, Dave Dutrow, Ed Walker. 



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FRONT ROW: Buzz Chnstenson. SEC- 
OND ROW: Ken Dresher, Jay McTighe, 
Brian Murphy, Robert North. THIRD 
ROW: Pete Ault, Dave Dutrow, Jim Pat- 
terson, John Kaay, Michael Savage, Fred 



Klein, Rick Reisser, Jim Kulesz, Bill Robi- 
nette, Gordon Mitts, James Miller, Mike 
Stiebel, Coach Wally Riley. TOP: Jerry 
Kenney. 



Race's end 




Maurer up for air in breastroke 





Jensen watches action 



Hoener (front) strains in backstroke 



397 



Intramurals 



Sigma Phi Epsilon took a commanding lead early 
in men's intramural play and had nearly a 2-1 advan- 
tage in total points by early spring, while Gamma Phi 
Beta was the early leader in women's intramural com- 
petition. Sig Ep won four early team titles — football, 
swimming, wrestling, and bowling, and Ben Womble 
and Phil Franklin took the lead in individual point to- 
tals. PiKA won the volleyball title. Twelve teams com- 
peted this year in fraternity league competition, with 
the addition of Sigma Chi, and nearly 20 teams com- 
peted in the Independent and Dorm Leagues. Gamma 
Phi won the women's swimming and volleyball in early 
team competition, while teams from Ludwell and Jeffer- 
son were among the top dorm squads. Ludwell's Char- 
lotte Atwater won the women's tennis title. 




Up high for a rebound 




Quick piU'h-out in a ru.sh 



398 



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399 




Pi Lams, Sigma Nu work for ball 





Heading the ball in IM soccer 



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Spring 
Sports 




Pitching, Infield 
Keys to 1968 Season 



Twelve pitchers and a new infield held the key to 
this year's baseball fortunes for Les Hooker, as he 
coached his third team in a 33-game schedule. Frosh 
hopefuls made competition for the 24-man roster much 
keener, and many sophs gave Hooker good bench 
strength late in the season. Four seniors were on the 
squad- 1st baseman Jim Rama, outfielder John Medlin, 
and pitching aces Jay Newton and John King. Top ju- 
niors included pitcher Jim Purtill, shortstop Jack Dris- 
coll; and third baseman Kevin Davenport. Richy Rich- 
ardson was the top starting freshman, playing center 
field all season. Outstanding sophs included pitchers 
Allen Wohlleben, Eddie Allen, Jim Worthington, and 
Jim Supplee, third baseman Bruce Cook, and second 
basemen Roger Keagy and Rick Allen. Other top frosh 
were Bruce Niles, Dave Lineweaver, Paul King, and 
Mark Wilson. 




Medlin crosses plate after blasting homer 




FRONT ROW: Allen Wohlleben, Bruce Niles. Jim Purtill, Jim 
Rama, Paul King, Roger Keagy, Rick Allen. John Medlin, John 
King. Ed Allen, Assistant Coach Bart Steib. SECOND ROW: Vince 



Grejda, Jim Supplee. Jim Barackman. David Lineweaver, Bruce 
Cook. Jim Worthington, Kevin Davenport, Jack Driscoll, Richy 
Richard.son, Bubba Hooker, Jim Vergara, Mark Wilson. 



402 




Rama moves off as Worthington fires 




March 16 


Adelphi 


18 


RPI 12) 


21 


Apprentice School 


22 


Ithaca 


24 


Rochester (2) 


25 


Cornell (2) 


26 


Castleton State 


27 


Castleton State (2) 


30 


At East Carolina 


April 1 


At The Citadel 


2 


At Jacksonville 


3 


At Jacksonville 


4 


At Florida 


5 


At Mercer 


6 


At Mercer 


11 


Indiana State (Pa.) 


13 


At Virginia Tech 


14 


At VMI(2) 


20 


George Washington (2) 


23 


At Old Dominion 


27 


West Virginia (2) 


30 


At Virginia 


May 4 


Old Dominion 


7 


Virginia Tech 


11 


At Richmond (2) 



Coach Les Hooker watches the action 



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Bullpen crew watches from bench 



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FRONT ROW: Charles Troup. Bruce Thacker, Nick Luccetti, Jim 
Wheat, Bill Stout, Don Scudder. SECOND ROW: Steve Jackson, 



Rick Scheele. Bob Newsome. Stan Majors, Dennis Martin, Bennie 
Vaughan. 



404 




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405 



Track Team Defends 
Spring Championships 



Strong favorites to retain both their State and Con- 
ference outdoor crowns, the Indians returned many out- 
standing vets and several top frosh in one of their 
toughest outdoor seasons. Terry Donnelly, fourth place 
in the NCAA indoor mile, and Fred Anspach, one of the 
SC"s top sprinters, were co-captains. Other top perform- 
ers included weightmen John Todd and Bob Davis, pole 
vaulters Marshall Stone and Dan Hennenberg, half- 
miler Juris Luzins (in the NCAA indoor half), hurdlers 
Dee Craig, Doug Griffith, Mark Decot, and Dave Wat- 
son, sprinters Mike Fratkin, Bill Findler, Tom Griffm, 
and Phil Dillard, jumpers Bruce Dallas, Jim Jancaitis, 
Rich Conway, Scott MeLennan, and Bud Tamea, and 
distance men George Davis, Howell Michael, and Chop 
Jordan. 




Im|K)rtant liand-ofT in a relay 



March 


25 


Springfield 




28 


Wesleyan (Conn.) 


April 


6 


At American Univ. Relays 




12-13 


Colonial Relays 




15 


VMI 




20 


At Norfolk State Relays 




26-27 


At Penn Relays 




27 


At North Carolina Relays 


May 


4 


At State Meet 




10-11 


At Southern Conference 




18 


At Navy 




31 


At IC4A 


June 


1 


At IC4A 




13-15 


At NCAA Championships 





Ted Wood leads in the half-mile 



(IritTith, Decot, and Watson ir-1) sweep hurdles 



406 




Jancaitis rolls over in high jump 



Michael wins mile for frosh record 




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Fratkin grabs baton in record 440 relay 



407 







FRONT ROW; Scooter Smith, Jim O'Brien, Jim 
Friscia. Jeff Fairbanks, Dave Post. SECOND ROW: 



John Fawcett, Bob Blair, Dave Jordan, Ken Birkett, 
Larry Menaker, Dave Lemon. 



Men's Tennis Team 



The Indian Squad had a new coach for the 1968 
season, Col. Lewis Wetherell, and positions were well 
contested, with a scramble among several players for 
the top three spots. Captain was senior Bob Blair, and 
other top players included frosh Jim O'Brien, Jim Fris- 
cia, Don DeWilde, and John Fawcett, soph Ken Birkett, 
and junior Jeff Fairbanks. 



March 


22 


Dartmouth 




27 


VPI 




29 


Colgate 




30 


At East Carolina 


April 


1 


At The Citadel 




2 


At Jacksonville 




3 


At Jacksonville 




5 


At Mercer 




6 


At Mercer 




10 


Frostburg State 




12 


Richmond 




16 


AtRPI 




18 


George Washington 




23 


Washington & Lee 




24 


VMI 




27 


Davidson 




29 


Old Dominion 


May 


2 


At Georgetown 




6-8 


At Southern Conference 



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Women's Tennis Team 



Captained by junior Donnie Chancellor, the wom- 
en's tennis team began the 1968 season with optimism 
— due to several returning veterans and some outstand- 
ing freshmen. Susan Baskerville was the only senior on 
the squad, and other top players were junior Sherrj' 
Vetter, sophomore Sue Register, and freshmen Charlotte 
Atwater, Pattie Graves, Barbara Wetherell, and Kathy 
Londergan. 



April 


11 


At Mary Baldwm 




16 


Sweet Briar 




19 


Mary Washington 




24 


Westhampton 




25-27 


Middle States Intercollegiate 




30 


RPI 


May 


3-5 


Middle Atlantic Intercollegiate 




7 


At Longwood 




9 


At Hollins 




14 


St. Catherine's 




FRONT ROW: Donnie Chancellor, Charlotte Atwa- 
ter, Sherry Vetter. SECOND ROW: Coach Mildred 



West, Suwanee Schmoe. Pattie Graves, Barbara 
Wetherell. 



409 



Fencing Renewed for 
Men and Women in '68 



Interest was revived in both men's and women's 
fencing this year, after a lapse of many years in 
men's competition and a two-year lapse in women's 
competition. The men were under the direction of 
Dean John Willis and the Rev. Joseph Trimble, both 
outstanding fencers in college, while the women were 
under Marion Reeder. The men had .scheduled 
matches tentatively for late spring, and the women 
went undefeated in the matches they played. 

Top men were Doug Green, Roger Lee, Serge 
Gregory, Ken Middaugh, and Hugh Babington-Smith, 
while Judy Krone and Mary Morden were among the 
best of the women. 




Action from the men's-women's intersquad meet 



WOMEN'S FENCING 


W&M 1st 8 


Longwood 1st 1 


2nd 5 


2nd 4 


3rd 5 


3rd 4 


W&M 1st 6 


Randolph-Macon 1st 3 


2nd 5 


2nd 4 







FRONT ROW: Alan Madison. Ernie Cote. Kurt Jacobsen. Ken 
Middaugh, Serge Gregorj-. Dick Gutierez. Mai Peabody. Ken 
Armstrong. SECOND ROW: Roger Lee. Hugh Babington-Smith, 
Doug Green, CharUe Duff. 




Judy Davis. Wanda Jenkins. Empsie Wilhams. Judy Krone, 
Mary Morden, Cindy O'Callahan, Susie Mann. 



410 



Morris Top Marksman on 5-4 Team 




FRONT ROW: Mr. A.Z. Freeman, Chris Wright. Bill 
Morris, Archie Galloway, Fred Prasse, Tom Routh. 
SECOND ROW: Bob Wicke, Jack McPherson, Nora 



Butler, Bill Thornberg, Ray Hil 
Verzi, Sgt. Edward Freeman. 



Bob Pollard, Tom 



The William and Mary rifle squad ended a good 
year with a 5-4 record, and optimism is evident for con- 
tinued success in the future, with all top shooters re- 
turning. Although faltering in the Conference Meet, the 
W&M team finished sixth of ten in the Sectional cham- 
pionships, with juniors Bill Morris and Jack McPherson 
scoring 280's (out of 300) in the meet. Morris was top 
man on the squad, and other outstanding shooters in- 
cluded Tom Routh, Ray Hill, and Bob Pollard. 



W&M 1175 Virginia State 1124 

W&M 1 198 NC State 1273 

W&M 1275 Virginia State 1122 

W&M 1215 Georgetown 1210 

W&M 1230 VMI 1291 

W&M 1188 Richmond 1229 

W&M 1188 George Washington 1144 

W&M 1231 Washington & Lee 1219 

W&M 1247 Richmond 1264 

W&M in Sectional Championships Sixth 




Prasse (standing) and Pollard sight targets 



411 




FRONT ROW: Tim Donahue, Jim Yoffy, Dave 
Sloan, Joe Mayes, Bill Donahue, Walt Jones. SEC- 
OND ROW: Jim Christianson, Tom Doughty, Archie 
Galloway. Scott Liddle, Bob Hicks, Mac Powers. 



THIRD ROW: Al Albert, Rich Potter, Tim Marvin, 
Barry Use, Mike Joyce, Lehn Abrams, Terry Kelly, 
Coach Jim Carpenter. 



Men's Lacrosse Team 



The 1968 lacrosse team played in its second season, 
with several returning players and some promising 
freshmen. Still experience-shy, the team established the 
foundations for what will be a good varsity team next 
season. Some of the best players will be returning, in- 
cluding Tim Marvin and Barry Use (co-captains), Jim 
Christianson, Scott Liddle, Tom Doughty, Dick Potter, 
Dave Sloan, and Jim Yoffy. 




Pursuit in Adelphi scrimmage 



Christianson iright, dark jersey) slams goal against Adelphi 



March 9 


At St. Christopher's 


16 


Adelphi 


27 


Williams 


April 13 


At Richmond 


20 


George Washington 


27 


At East Carolina 


May 4 


East Carolina 


11 


At George Washington 




412 




FRONT ROW: Mary Jane Sullivan, Lynn McLeod, 
Kay Barrett, Martha Geary, Billie Tinsley. DeeDee 
Heifrich. SECOND ROW: Coach Virginia Crook, 



Gail Whittaker, Cathy Casey, Gay Hall, Nancy 
Shea, Margaret Brownell, Sue Schwenk, Babs O'- 
Dell, Sherry Vetter, Cyndy Hicks. 




Women's Lacrosse 



With a team composed of many underclassmen, the 
1968 women's lacrosse squad played a good season, with 
potential for a state championship. Captained by senior 
Mary Hum, the team boasted several outstanding play- 
ers, including seniors Mary Jane Sullivan, and Martha 
Geary, juniors Billie Tinsley, Kay Barrett, Lynn Mc- 
Leod, Sherry Vetter. and DeeDee Heifrich. sophomore 
Gay Hall, and freshman Cyndy Hicks. 



April 12 
19 
24 
26 



May 



3 

7 
10-11 



Lynchburg 
Mary Washington 
At Longwood 
Sweet Briar 

At Westhampton 

At Hollins 

At Virginia Tournament 



Action from early spring practice 



413 




Coach Joe Agee, Steve Isaacs, Mike Parker. Worth Banner, Carl Christianson, Danny Rizzo, Steve 
Demchvk. 



Vets, Frosh Boost 
Tribe Golf Fortunes 



March 27 


At Randolph-Macon 


April 


1 


At East Carolina 




2 


At Wilmington College 




3 


At NC State 




4 


At North Carolina, with 
Guilford College 




5 


At Duke 




8 


VPI 




12 


George Washington 




15 


At Old Dominion, with 
Washington & Lee 




22 


AtRPI 




24 


At Richmond, with 
Virginia 




29 


At State Meet 


May 


6-8 


At Southern Conference 



414 



Joe Agee began his third season as golf coach with 
one of the best teams ever at William and Mary. Pick- 
ing up several outstanding golfers from last year's un- 
beaten freshman team, Agee led a team that was a con- 
tender for the Conference championship. The team was 
headed by Les Watson, and close behind were Carl 
Christianson, Danny Rizzo, Worth Banner, Mike Par- 
ker, Mike Eberhart, Steve Demchyk, and Fred Hinton. 



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Women's Golf 



A team of eight girls played on the second women's 
golf team, beset with problems in budget and schedul- 
ing. Seniors Susan Croghan, Rosemarie Benedict, and 
Jo Carol Sale led the squad, with other members in- 
cluding juniors Barbara Johnson and Terry Waters, 
soph Roberta Hampton, and frosh Billie Spencer and 
Cathy Mims. 



April 11 


Lynchburg 


20 


Randolph-Macon 


25 


Longwood 





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Roberta Hampton drives in practice 



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Administration and Faculty Index 



Agee. Joseph S.. 83. 359. 374 
Alper. Elaine, 81 
Altshuler, Nathan. 74, 84 
Andersen. Carl .M . 82 
Anderson. Charles H. 
Andrews. Jay Donald 
Andrews. Jean C. 77 
Armstnmg. Alfred R . 75. '284 
Atkeson, Thomas C, 74, 80 
Atkinson. Harr>- E-. 80 
AvioM. .John J.. 80 
Baikhaus. Elisabeth E,. 81 
Bailey, Robert Sydnor 
Baldwin. .John T 
Ball. Donald L . 77 
Ballingall. Carol E , 84 
Banner. J Worth. 81 
Barku. Norman F. 
Barnes. Carson H-. Jr.. 71 
Barr>'. Robert A. 
Basso, Joanne N-. 81 
Rixter. Donald J . 79 
Beek. Louis Marvin. 84 
Beeler, James Rush, 81 
Bell, .John Patrick 
Belskis. Paula M,. 81 
Sense. Robert D , 77 
Benson. Dale E.. 79 
Besnier. Richard. 83. 359. 392 
Beyer, R Carlyle. 79 
Bick, Kenneth F . 78 
Black. Robert E.. 75 
Biasing. Randolph C 
Blount. James P . 81 
Brehmer. Morris LeRoy 
Brent, -Joseph L 
Bright, John C, 72 
Brooks, Gamett R , Jr , 75 
Brown, Hubert. 83. 358. 379 
Brown, Marion M-. 84 
Brown. Richard M. 
Brown. Robert T . 82 
Bullock. William, Jr., 78 
Byerly, John, 304 
B\Td, .Mitchell A , 75 
Callard, Ian P , 75 
Cappon, Lester J- 
Carpenter, James W., 83, 359 
Carr, Edward W , 370 
Carroll, Jim B 
Carson, Jane 
Carter. Wayne E . 80 
Cato. Benjamin. 80 
Catron, Betty L. 
Catron, Louis E. 
Champion, Roy L. 
Chesser, Royce W , 78 
Choi, Kee H. 76 
Clem, Paul N,, 78 
Clement. Stephen C , 78 
Cobb. William S Jr , 80 
Coke. .James W ,81 
('oleman, Henry E., 78 
Conner, Luther Thomas. Jr.. 80 
Copeland. Richard W 
Corey. Hibbert D 
Craig. Howard R . 75 
Crapol. Edward P . 79 
Crawford. George W.. 82 
Crook, H, Virginia, 82 
Crowe. Patricia B. 
Crownfield. Frederic R.. Jr. 
Curry. Richard C . 79. 236 
Curtis. .Joseph. 80. 294 
Dafashy, Wagih. 7fi 
Dan. Liliane Krebs 
Darling, J S , 83 
Davidson, Charles E., 77 
Davis, Burke 
Davis. William F . 77. 284 
Davis. William Jack.son 
Daw. Hubert A . 82 
Day. Captain Doel D.. 83 
Delaune, Jewell Lynn 
Derks. Peter L , 82 
Derringe, Edmund T , 83, 358 
Diduk. ElsaS. 81 
Oiorio. Dorthy, 81 



Dole. Leslie A. 

Dolmetsch. Carl R , 77 

Donaldson, Birdena E., 71 

Donaldson. John E., 80 

Donaldson, J. Sc-ott, 77 

Doverspike. Lynn D. 

Easier, Hugh B , 80 

Eckhaus, Morton, 82 

Edmonds, Vernon H , 84 

Edwards, Jack D. 

Elliot, Wallace A.. 71 

Elliott, Nathaniel Y.. 77 

English. Robert T.. Jr.. 72 

Eskay. Roljert L., 75 

Esler, Anthony J., 79 

Evans. Frank B.. 111. 77 

Fehr, Carl A., 83 

Kehrcnbach, Ri>bert J., 77 

Fi.-icher, Emeric, 80, 300 

Flamm, Martha S , 81 

Foster, Lewis A., 80 

Fowler, Harold L.. 70 

Fratkin. Barry. 358 

Freeman. .\,Z.. 79 

Freeman. Margaret. 77 

Friedman, Herbert, 82 

Funigielln, Philop J , 79 

Funsten, Herbert 

Galfo, Armand J., 78, 244 

Garrett, Martin A., 76 

Geoffroy, Kevin E., 78 

Gitelman, Claudia 

Gitelman, Howard M 

Godshall, Harry E., Jr., 81 

Goodwin, Bruce K., 78 

Gray, David J., 84 

Gray, Lois 

Groves, Harry R. 83, 359, 372 

Gruner, Ute G., 81 

Gugelot, Piet C 

Guenther, Anthony L., 84 

Guernsey, Bruce H., 77 

Guy, William G , 74, 75. 284 

Haak, Albert, 84, 247 

Hageman. Elizabeth H., 77 

Hall, Gustav W , 75, 282 

Hamilton, Margaret 

Hammack, B.A 

Harcum, E. Rae 

Hargis, William J., Jr 

Harrell, Bryant E., 75, 284 

Harrison, Mrs. Carter H , 286 

Hartman, Robert F., Jr.. 76 

Harvey, John H , 83 

Hastings. Russell T . 247. 267 

Haussermann, Caroline 

Haven, Dexter Stearns 

Hearn. Thomas K , Jr . 80 

Heemann, P Warren 

Heissenbuttel, Dorothy J., 77 

Herrmann, Donald J , 78 

Herzog, Noelie, 84 

Hill, Trevor A., 75, 284 

Hodges. Elizabeth. 81 

HotTman, E Lewis, 81 

Holland, Howard K.. 78 

Holmes, David L. 

Hooker, Lester. 83. 358 

Houghland. Wright B 

House, Clyde V., 79 

Hummel, Stanley 

Hunnicut, Roy D., 83 

Hunt, Robert P.. 72 

Ito, Satoshi, 84 

Jenkins, David C. 

Jenkins, John E , 78 

Jensen, Dudley, M., 72. 359. 396. 397 

.Johnson. Gerald, H., 78 

Johnson, Herbert A. 

.Johnson, Joseph R., 80 

Johnson, Ludwell H , 79 

Johnston, Robert A., 70 

Jones, David 

Jones, Edward E., 83, 288 

Jones, Gilbert C , 76 

Jones, J. Ward, 74. 76 

Jones. Robert C. 



.Jones, W Melville, 70 

Joseph, Edwin Uibb 

Kallos, Alexander, 81, 236. 249 

Kane, John R. 

Katz. Fxiward, 75, 284 

Kelly, ,Iames S., 72 

Kernodle, R. Wayne, 84 

Kiefer. Richard I... 75 

Kim. Chonghan. 79. 289 

King. Algin B , 76 

King, Gary. 374 

Knodl, Kenneth S., 77 

Koman, John VanEss, 83 

Kurtz. Alexander L.. 81 

Kurtz. Stephen G 

Kutner, Michael H 

Lafrance, Major Richard B., 83 

Lambert, J Wilfred, 71 

Lavach, John F , 78 

Lawrence, James D 

Lawrence, Sidney H . 80 

Leach. James J. 

Leadbeater, Lewis W. 

Leonard. Lawrence C, 80 

Lew, Marvin D , 3.58, 359, 362 

Lieb, Michael, 77 

Ligouri, Victor A , 84 

Linkenauger, Mont, 83. 358 

Long, John D„ 76 

Long, John H., 82 

Longman, Joyce F.. 80 

Lott, Edril, 84 

Lott, George E., Jr., 84, 270 

Maccubbin, Robert 

MacDonald, Frank A., 80 

MacGregor, Alexander P., Jr., 76, 242 

Maclntyre, William G 

MacQueen, John T., 75, 284 

Mainer, Thomas, 307 

Maioney, Stephen R 

Mangum, Charlotte, 75 

M.ann, Barry H., 81 

Martel, J Luke, .Jr.. 81. 246, 286 

Mason, Kenneth M , Jr., 77 

Mathes, Martin C, 75 

Matier, Mildred 

Matthews, John R., Jr., 76 

McArthur, Gilbert H 

McCartha, Carl W., 78 

McCary, Ben C . 81 

McConkey, Donald L., 84, 243, 275 

McConnell, John A. 

McCord. James N., Jr., 79 

McCulley, Ceil M., 77. 249 

McCully. Bruce T. 

McGurck, Joel C, 71 

McKenna. Virgil V., 82, 223 

McKjiight, Mrs Betty Nunn, 82 

McKnight, John L. 

McLane, Henry Earl, 80 

McNairy, William G , 76 

Michael is, EG, 82 

Micken, Patrick H., 275 

Miller, Thelma, 79 

Mitchell, Warren, 358, 359, 378, 379 

Montgomery, Katherine A.. 76 

Moore, John ,^., 81 

Morrell, Judith 

Morrill, John B 

Moseley, Carol>Ti L , 71 

Moss, W. Warner, 79 

Neiman, Eraser, 77 

Nelson, Robert 0.. 78 

Nettels. Elsa. 77 

Newman. John W.. Ill, 76 

Newman. Richard K . 78. 296 

Nichols, Maynard M. 

Nickerson. Charles Collins, 77 

Norcross, John J. 

Norman, Russell P. 

Nunn, Vernon L., 72, 74 

Oliver, George J 

O'Neil. Peter V.. 80 

OustmotT, Pierre ('. 

Owens, Dean Paul 

Paledes, Stephen. 83, 247 

I'almaz, Mane A Rohredo. 81 



418 



Paschall, Davis Y . 69 

Paschall, Mrs Davis Y . 69 

Patterson. Christopher E,. 83. 359. 391 

Peccatieilo, Lawrence. 358 

Perdrisat. Charles F,, 82 

Perkins. Frank Overton 

Pheips, Arthur W , 80 

Pomeroy. Benjamin B,, 358. 379 

Powell. Wyley L.. 81 

Prosl. Richard H,. 80 

Pucci, Ralph Taylor, 358 

Quinn. John S.. 76 

Quittmeyer, Charles L.. 76 

Rabinowitz. Morris, 77 

Randolph, .John H., 83, 359. 372 

Reboussin. Marcel. 81 

Redmon, Robert B,. .Jr 

Reece, William T.. 76. 282 

Reed, Elizabeth S., 80 

Reeder. Marion D. 

Reeves. Gwenith. 360 

Remler. Edward A.. 82 

Kenz. .James H . 72 

Reynolds, Thomas L., 80 

Rhyne. Edwin H . 84 

Rhyne. Laura 

Richel. Veronica C. 

Riley. Edward Miles 

Ringgold. Gordon B . 81 

Rintel, Lionel. 80 

Roby. Don. 358 

Roherty, .James M., 79 

Rosenberg. Carl A-, 78 

Rosen. Ellen F., 82 

Ross. Robert. 358 

Rublein. George T.. 80 

Ruzecki. Evon P 

Sancetta. Anthony L-. 76 

Sanwal. .jagdish C-. 80 

Sawyer. .James W . 84 

Scammon. Howard M . 84. 247 

Schlfrin. Leonard. 76. 223 

Scholnick, Robert .J,. 77 



Schone. Harlan E . 82. 304 
Scale, Lawrence S . 77 
Selby. .John E,. 79 
Shean. Glenn D 
Sheehan. Bernard W 
Sher. Arden. 82 
Sherman. Richard B . 79 
Sherman. Roger. 247 
Shivel. Lt Col Glen L . Jr . 83 
Siegel. Robert T 
Siders. David L . 76 
Simons. Jarid A, 
Simpson, Barbara A,. 76 
Slone. Carl J,. 83. 358, 379. .384 
Smith. Grace M.. 78 
Smith. Howard M,. 83. 288 
Smith. LeRoy W.. 77 
Smith. Robert E,. 82 
Smith. Roger W . 79 
Soest. Jon F.. 82 
Southworth. Raymond W . 80 
Sparling. Russell P . 77 
Speese. Bemice M 
Squire. Donald H.. 81 
Stason. E Blythe. .Jr . 80 
Stewart. Alan C . 83 
Stanford. David P . 80 
Stone. Howard. 81. 295 
Strong. George \' . 79 
Swan. Scott. 370 
Swindler. William F, 
Sykes. .John W . 78 
Tammariello. August, 358 
Tarleton. Lavonne 0.. 75 
Tate. Tjaddeus W . Jr . 79 
Taylor. Charles L- 
Teefey. Joseph. 358 
Terman. Richard C . 75 
Themo. Elaine M.. 84 
Thompson. David W,. 75, 284 
Thorne, Thomas E , 78 
Thurman, William R , Jr . 77 
Tnmiinson, Janet, 82, 360 



Torcia. Charles E.. 80 

Traywick. Leiand E.. 76 

Trimble. Joseph. .302 

Troxler. Christopher K. 

Tmesdell. Frederick D.. 83. 241 

Turbow. Gerald D.. 79 

Turner. William C. 80 

Tyler. Anne S 

T\Tee. Sheppard Young. Jr., 75 

VanEngel. Willard A. 

Vanfossen. Marion Gilbert. 84 

VanWinkle. Webb. 75 

Varner. Charles R . 83 

V'ermeulen. Carl W.. 75 

Walker. J Lewis. III. 77 

Wallace. Carol A., 82 

Ward. Alan J 

Ware. Stewart A , 75 

W^arrinner, Junius Ernest 

W^ass, Marvin LeRoy 

Weaver. Mike. 370 

Webb. Kenneth L. 

Webb. Stephen S 

Welsh. Robert E.. 82 

Wenger. Thelma W^. 78 

West. Mildred Barrett. 82 

Wetherell. Colonel Lewis G , 83. 359 

Why te. James P. Jr.. 80 

Wilkin. Alma L.. 79 

Williams. Donald L. 

Williams. Stanley B.. 82. 246. 289 

Wilhs. .lohn H.. Jr. 70 

Winter. RnlfG. 82 

Whitten. Charles X. 

Wojcik. Frank J. 

Wood. John Langille 

Wood. Langley H- 

W^ukasch. Charles M . 81 

Yam. Yin^,'-Yeung. 82 

Zimmerman. Walter S.. 81 

Zung. Joseph T.. 75. 284 



Organizations Index 



Abelian Society. 242 

Accounting Club. 282 

Alpha Chi Omega. 312. 313 

Alpha Lambda Delta. 238 

Alpha Phi Omega. 281 

.Arts and Lectures, 284 

Backdrop Club, 267 

Balfour-Hillel, 300 

Band. 268 

Baptist Student Union. 301 

Biology Club. 282 

Chamber Orchestra. 269 

Canterbury Club. 302 

Cheerleaders. 270 

Chemistry Club. 284 

Chi Delta Phi. 242 

Chi Omega. 314. 315 

Choir. 272. 273 

Chorus. 274 

Christian Fellowship. 287 

Christian Science Organization, 303 

Circle K. 283 

Cnlinual E<h,i. 250. 251. 252. 253 

Debate Council. 275 

Delta Delta Delta. 316. 317 

DelUi Omicron. 240 

Delia Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha. 243 

Eta Sigma Phi. 243 

Flat Hat. 254. 2.55. 256, 257 

French Club. 285 

Gamma Phi Beta. 318. 319 

General CtKiperative Committee. 223 

Group Leaders. 232 



International Circle. 286 

Inler-Fraternity Council. 331 

Lyon G, Tyler Historical Society. 285 

Kappa Alpha. .332. 333 

Kappa Alpha Theta. 320. 321 

Kappa Delta. 322. 323 

Kappa Delta Pi. 244 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. 324. 325 

Kappa Sigma. 334. 335 

LamWa Chi Alpha. 336. 337 

Lutheran Student Association. .304 

Majorettes. 27 1 

.Men's Dormitory Council. 2.30 

Men's Honor Council. 228 

Memicttts. 290 

Mortar Board. 237 

Newman Club. .305 

Omicron Delta Kappa. 236 

Orehesis. 291 

Panhellenic Council. 330 

I'hi Alpha Delui. 244 

I'bi Beta Kappa. 235 

Phi Delia Phi. -245 

Phi Eta Sigma. •2.'18 

Phi Kappa Tau. 3:)8. 339 

Phi Mu. 326. 327 

Phi Mu Alpha. -241 

Physical Education Miynr'.s Club. 288 

Pi Beta Phi. 328. 3'29 

Pi Delta Kpsilon, 2:i9 

I'l Delia Phi. 216 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 340. 341 

Pi Lambda Phi. 342. 343 



Political Science Forum. 289 

Psi Chi. 246 

Psychology Club. 289 

President's Aides. 227 

Queen's Guard Association. 279 

Reserve OITicer Training Corps. 276. 277. 278 

Sailing Association. '292 

Scabbanl and Blade. '280 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 344. 345 

Sigma Chi. 346. 347 

Sigma Nu. .348. 349 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. .350. 351 

Sigma Pi. 352. 353 

Sigma Pi Sigma, 247 

Skin Diving Club. 293 

Spanish Cluh. 295 

Sponaon*. 233 

Student As.s(K-iation. 223. 2'24. 2'2S, 226 

Student Bar Association. '294 

Student Education Association, 295 

Student Publications Committee. 249 

Society for the Advancement of Management. 296 

TheUl Alpha Phi. 247 

TheUi Delta Chi. 3.54. 355 

W'CWM. 260. 2(il 

W'esley Foundation. 306 

We.stminsler Fellowship. 307 

H'i//in/>i anil Mary Hcliru. 258. '2.59 

William and Mary Theatre. 26:1. '264. 265. '266 

Women's Dormitory As-sociation. 231 

Women's Hontir Council. 229 

Young Americans for Freedom, 296 

Young Kcpuhlicans. "297 



419 



Student Index 



Abarbanel, Peter Don, 93, 333 

AbboU. Ann, 173, 284 

Abercrombie, Clara Reid. 93, MT, 322 

Abicht, $andra Rita, 93 

Able, Kenneth William 

Abrahamson, Richard F.. 173 

Abrams. Lehn Edward, 173. 347 

Abramson, Stephen J., 191. 261 

Absher, Merrie Susan. 173. 322 

Ackroyd. Janet E . 150. 315 

Acree, Barbara Kent, 150. 313, 330 

Acton, Linn Ann, 314 

Adair, Ann V-Tiitney 

Adams, Earl Rice, 173. 347 

Adams, Sandra Jo 

Adams. Sheryl Lee, 93 

Adams. Sue Brown 

Adkisson, John Felton 

Aemi. Madelainc. 93. 286 

Agatstein. David Joseph. 218. 245 

Akers, Dorislee. 93. 322 

Akers. Ivy Jane, 319 

Akers. Sandra Rndden. 93 

Akers. Wallace Brown. 173. 230. 289 

Albert. Alan Fredrick, 150. 343 

Albert. John Richard. 261 

Albertson, Eileen Mae 

AlbrechU Lee Wayne. 173 

Albright. Linda Kaye. 173. 322 

Albright. Patricia E., 191, 319, 376 

Alderson. Mary Lee. 173. 238. 297. 307 

Alessi. Dennis James. 191 

Alexander. Althea P . 150 

Algatt. .Judith Ann. 150. 285. 317 

Allen. Edward Monroe. Jr. 

Allen. John Walter 

Allen, Mary Ellen. 173. 315 

Allen. Nancy Taylor 

Allen. Pamela B . 191. 292 

Allen. Rickie Craig. 173. 339 

Allen. Victor K. 191. 344 

Alley, Wayne Mosby. 93. 232. 296. 335 

Allison. Pamela. 56. 63. 173. 317 

Almand. James Frederick. 224. 230. 261 
Almo. Jeffrey Edward. 279. 370 

Althaus. Sheryl Lou. 191. 259 

Alvarez. Carlos 

Alverson. Charles H.. 224. 338 

Alvis. Elizabeth H.. 93. '295 

Amole. Roger L,. .Ir.. 294 

Amon. James Paul 

Amory, Robert F.. 94. 345 

Amos. Annis Patricia 

Amsbaugh. Diana Fay. 94. 282. 287. 301 

Anderson, Alvin Powers. 173. 230. 337 

Anderson. Cheryl Dee. 150. 224. 229. 318 

Anderson. Claire H.. 94. 284. 287. 290 

Anderson. David Gordon. 191. 374 

Anderson. Emily Draper. 173 

Anderson. Gilbert Eddy. 191. 307 

Anderson. Marie Ellen 

Anderson. Patsy Lee. 191. 312 

Anderson. Raymond G.. 191. 336. 384 

Anderson, Shirley Jo. 150 

Andrew. Betty Lynn. 150. 229. 231. 324 

Andrews. Christopher M.. 332 

Andrews. John Farley 

Andrews. Lyndal Diane, 191. 224. 324 

Andrews. Robert Thomas. 191. 292. 346 

Andrews. Susan Clocker. 94. 242, 246. .322. 
330 

Anspach, Charles Fred. 94. 288. 387 

Antaramian. Grant 0. 192 

Antholz. Mary Bee. 1.50. 286 

Anzalone. Ronald David. 191. 285 

Applegate. Charles E . 94 

Applegate. Suzanne Watson 

Appier. David Van. 94. 341 

Area. Leandro C , 192. 2.30. 350 

Arhart. George Andrew. 94 

Arledge. Patricia N . 173. 240. 318 

Armentrout, Regina Ann. 94. 242. 318 

Armstrong. Herbert B.. 173. 279. 343 

Armstrong, Kenneth S . 173. 302 



Armstrong. Larry S., 173. 372 

Armstrong. Ned C. 

Amesen. Kenneth Alan. 192. 354 

Arnett. Robert Harold. 192 

.Arnold. Karen Sue. 150. 324 

Arnold, Mary Ann. 192. 327 

Artman, Alan Miller. 95. 351 

Artman. John Bennett 

Ashmore. Christopher Elee 

Askins, Samuel E. 191.301 

Asplund. Katherine Anne. 173. 315 

Assur. Eric Thomas. 150 

Atchi.son. Mary Joan 

Atkins. Martha Kay. 95. 255. 270. 329 

Atkinson. Karen Lee. 298 

Atkinson. Phoebe Joanne. 95. 295. 320 

Attridge, Jean Carol, 173. 320, 330 

Atwater. Charlotte 

Audet. Benjamin Hobart. 95. 247 

Auerbach. Susan K.. 173. 318 

Augeri. Virginia 

Augustine. Gretii Ann. 95. 318 

Ault. Peter Nathan. 336. 397 

Auman. Sarajane. 150. 231. 303. 320 

Austin. Barbara Jean. 173 

Averill. Donald Gene. 150. 287 

Aycock. Albert Wayne 

Ayers. Scott Peter 

B 

Babb. Barbara Ellen 

Babb, Ellen Frances. 95. 289. 326 

Babington-Smith. Hugh. 95. 230, 251, 259. 

286 
Bachman. Bruce Clinton 
Badran. Carol Anne. 192 
Bagby, Thomas Lee. 150. 296. 341 
Bagley. Carol Ann. 95. 305, 324 
Bagley, James Lyle. 95. 241. 355 
Bahr. William Henry. 192. 352 
Bailey. Ann Denise. 173, 322 
Bailey. James Bernard 
Bailey. John Edward. Jr., 95, 284, 333 
Bailey, Martin Thomas 
Bailey, Samuel R., Jr., 173, 341 
Bailey, William Stanley, 174, 353 
Bailey, Winifred A., 192. 328 
Baisden. Nancy Marshall, 95 
Baity, Ann Leigh, 174, 318 
Baker. Billie Anne. 150. 326 
Baker, Janet Louise, 95, 326 
Baker. Thomas Oliver. 95. 247. 287 
Bakowski, Christine. 95. 247, 267 
Baldwin, Chariene F., 174. 238. 322 
Baldwin. Daniel Ray. 192 
Baldwin, Ernest Oilman. 192 
Baldwin, James Arda, 174, 339 
Baldwin. Pnscilla B., 95. 270. 317. 330 
Ball, Bobby Miller. 192 
Ballance. William M.. 96 
Ballard, .lane Wyatt. 192. 316 
Baltes. Gertrude Parker. 174. 233, 318. 360. 

376 
Banes. Robert Thomas 
Banks. Judy Ellen. 150. 224. 225. 286. 295. 

324 
Banner. Worth Durham 
Barackman. James C, 192. .354 
Barans. Charles Anthony 
Barha, Margaret Rose. 191. 192. 324 
Barber. Susan Ixiis. 174. 326 
Barber. Will Albert. Jr. 
Barlwur. Richard Edwin 
Barger, Ray Maynard. 1.50. 335. 362 
Baril. Charles Purdom. 174 
Barker, Larry Keith 
Barker. Sandra Kay. 150 
Barlett. Frank E , 192 
Bamer. Sally Ruth. 56. 150, 257. 322 
Barnes, .\rthur George 
Barnes. Elaine Madeline. 63. 174. 317 
Barnes. Lonnie Gary 
Barnes. Robert Carlton. 96, 258. 337 
Barnes. William A.. Jr . 96 



Barnes, William Richard. 150, 2.30. 296, 340 

Bamett, Jerry Wayne 

Bametl, Ricarda Ann, 96. 296 

Bamett. Suzitnne Marie. 192 

Bamett, William George, 96, 353 

Barney, Gretchen Lee. 96. 290. 313 

Bamhart. Cecile Jeffery 

Barocco. Diana. 96. 235. 246. 305, 318 

Baroody. Anthony J , Jr. 

Barran, Paula Ann, 192, 305 

Barrett. Charles Butler. 218. 245. 294 

Barrett. James Carlie. 284 

Barrett. Mary Kay. 376. 386 

Barrett. William C. 151 

Barrick. Sandra Lea. 151, 324 

Bartee. Kathleen Dempsey 

Bartelt. John Allan. 96. 282 

Bartholomew. John F . 192. 279, 352 

Bartlett. Gilbert A.. 218. 294 

Barton. James Edwin. 362. 365, 367 

Baskerville. Susan B.. 88, 96. 223, 227, 231. 

318. 376 
Bass, Jeanette Martin 
Bassuener, Barbara Ann. 96. 324 
Batson. Barbara Carol, 192 
Battaglia, Carol M , 96. 290 
Batterson. James Gary 
Battey. Susann Fraser 
Bausell, Martha E.. 192 
Baxter. Robert Gordon. 151. 337 
Baylor. Billie Delaine. 174 
Beach. Rebecca Lynn. 192. 316 
Beachley. Nancy Louise. 151. 322 
Beadling. Leslie Craig. 96 
Beal. Frank Peer 
Beal. Kenneth Lee 
Beale. Sam T.. Ill, 218. 245, 294 
Beaman. Linda Richmond. 192 
Beamer, William Robert, 241 
Bear, George Alvin, Jr.. 96. 396 
Beard. Lmda Elizabeth. 192 
Beard. Louise Virginia. 96. 324 
Beason, Robert Alexande, 174, 232. 353 
Beatty, Gregg Clinton. 96, 241 
Beatty. Ralph Michael. 362 
Beazley. Frances Anne. 174. 322 
Beazley, Linda Lee, 97. 289 
Beck. Dennis LeRoy 
Beck, Rosemary E., 174. 317 
Beck, Sherwin Michau 
Becker. Kathryn S.. 192. 314 
Beckwith. Annemarie 
Beckwith. Lois Hughes, 192 
Bedford. Elizabeth A.. 192 
Beecher. Elizabeth Park. 174 
Beegle, Li.:abeth L. 
Beerbower, Lmda Anne. 174. 233. 324 
Beers. Marion Drane, 151 
Beers. Robert Wilson, 97. 296 
Beirne. Harold R,. Jr., 97, 282 
Beitner. Geoffrey S.. 174. 335. 362 
Bell. Leska Ann. 192. 290 
Bell. Randolph Marshall. 238, 285 
Belshe. Robert Bland. 174. 347 
Belsky. Margaret, 174 
Bendall. Robert Warrick, 151. 232. 283 
Bender, Carol Amory, 56, 88. 97. 229. 237. 

318, 330 
Benedict. Rosemarie. 97. 302 
Benegar. John Conrad. 338 
Benham, William Thomas. 174. 347 
Beninghove. Kathy Wmn. 192. 327 
Benner, Rodney Stowell 
Bennett. John Price. 151. 288. 355 
Bennett. Richard C. 
Bennett. Robert Harry 
Benson. John Earl 
Benson. Susan Jane. 192. 252. 327 
Berenson. Beverly W. 
Berge. Paul Frederick. 192. 297. 346. 374 
Berger. Charles Harry. 97. 277. 355 
Berger. Patricia Ann. 174. 391 
Bergere. Douglas K. 
Bergiund. Janet Clark 
Bergman. Willard 
Beringer. Bruce Clay, 174, 353 



Berkey. Jacqueline S.. 151 

Berkeypile. Jean Warren. 174. 301 

Berman. Herbert Seth. 97, 277, 300 

Bernd, David Lemoine, 192 

Betton, Kathleen Anne. 192, 290, 321 

Beverly, Hugh, Jr , 294 

Beville, Susan Patricia, 97. 295 

Bevins. Timothy Boynton. 151. 232. 339 

Beyer. Angela Scott 

Beyer. Emil Charles 

Biedenhorn, Cyril Joseph 

Biehl. Brtice Allen, 332. 370 

Bierly. Nancy Jane. 192, 290 

Bierman. Richard B , 151. 333 

Biggs. Diana 

Bilbo. Jon Frederick. 348, 370 

Billings, Peter Lauck 

Billman. Carol Jean, 192, 252, 324 

Billups, Andrew J . HI. 174 

Billy, Madeline Scott. 97. 250. 285. 305 

Binzer. Rence. 97. 267. 291 

Biordi. Toni Elizabeth. 151, 297. 315 

Birckhead, Linda Sue. 192. 252. 327 

Bird, Richard Edward 

Birk. John Alexander 

Birkett, Kenneth N., Jr., 174. 279 

Birzenieks, Gunar M. 

Bishop. Mary Josephine, 192, 287 

Bishop, Nancy Lee, 192. 321 

Bishop. Thomas Alan. 192 

Bisset. Suzanne Marie, 193. 257 

Bjerke. Joyce Carlson 

Bjorklund, Robert B.. 193, 387 

Blachman. .-Man Jay 

Black. Frederick Scott. 98, 281 

Black. Loring Milton. 193 

Blackwell, Nancy Kaye, 193, 253 

Blackwell, Richard B. 

Blair. Robert Allen. 88. 93. 98. 223. 224. 

225. 227. 232. 236. 331. 353 
Blake. Kathleen Jane. 151. 307, 326 
Blanchard, Amy Ruth, 174, 322 
Bland, Gerald C , 174 
Biandford, Lucy 

Blankenship, Victoria L., 98, 317 
Blanton, .loanna Danby. 174, 233, 313 
Biasing, Mutlu Konuk 
Bledsoe, Susanne Leoni, 174 
Blessing. William Henry. 193. 301 
Blevins. Virginia D . 193. 282. 316 
Blomquist. Roger Neil, 151. 247. 347 
Blount. Susan Mallet 
Blum. John Curtis, Jr. 
Bly, Robert Dexter, 256 
Boal, Robert Thomas III. 151. 374 
Boatright, Randall Kirk, 193, 340 
Bobbio, Stephen Michael 
Boberg. John Robert, 244 
Bockoven. Martha Lee. 193 
Bocock. Sandra Elise. 62. 98, 317 
Boehren. Jim Michael 
Boelt. Anne Marie 
Boesch. Donald F. 
Bogan. Lawrence .1.. 332. 370 
Bogardus. William S.. 98 
Bogart. Edward H. 
Bogart. Susan Kathy 
Boggs, Olivian Russell. 98, 289, 315 
Bogle. Kerry Wesley. 193, 342 
Boisseau, Edward Hooker, 151, 353 
Boisseau, Ellen Stuart 
Boitin. Erwin Heinrich 
Bold. Wendy Elizabeth, 174 
Bolton, Helen Suzanne, 98. 253, 282, 288 
Bolton. Lawrence E., 218, 245, 294 
Bolton. Robert Lee 
Bolton. Vernon 1... Jr.. 174, 289. 339 
Bonck. Lorelei A.. 151 
Boneta. Carol Ann. 98. 250. 295, 305 
Bonifant. Nancy Lee, 88, 98, 237, 315. 330 
Bonner, Daniel Bruce, 98, 379 
Bonner, Marjorie Ann, 193 
Bonner. William Thomas. 151. 241 
Bonney. Hal .lames. 294 
Booker, .ludith Ann. 257. 290 
Booker. Mel Pegram 



420 



Boon, John Daniel. Ill 

Boon. Wyndham Henry 

Borden, Sandra Louise. 174. 322 

Borleske. Stephen G., 98. 284. 304 

Bomor. John Richard 

Bostock, Clifton Baker 

Boswell. Cora Jane, 174. 232 

Boswell, John Eastburn. 151. 238. 305 

Boswell, William Sanford 

Boudreau. Marie E.. 98 

Boulden, Walter Raleigh. 193. 332, 370 

Bouldin, Barbara Ann. 320 

Boundy. Marvin Dale. 193 

Bowen. Pamela Gay. 151. 284 

Bowling, Arthur Lee. Jr., 151 

Bowman, John Randall. 151, 343 

Bowman. Jonathan Christoph 

Bowry, Glinda Ann. 151. 270 

Boyd, George M., 353 

Boyd, James A., 218, 294 

Boyd, Ronald J . 193, 203 

Boyd, William Linwood, 174 

Boyle, Louis Lawrence, 193, 279, 307 

Boyle, Patricia G , 193 

Boyles, George B. 

Boysen, Frederick Otto, 98, 339 

Brackett. William Dodds, 294, 298 

Bradenham, Robert E, 

Bradford, Bonnie Lee. 174. 313 

Bradley. Sarah Ann. 193 

Bradshaw. Katharine L,. 193, 256 

Bradstreet, Anne, 151, 224, 315 

Bragg, Betty N. 

Bragg, David Gordon, 98 

Branch. David Harold 

Branch, Emily E 

Brand, Paul Leclair 

Branham, Jean Elizabeth. 99, 318 

Braswell, Mary Alice 

Bratcher, Suzanne Jane, 193, 301 

Breck, Carolyn. 285 

Breen. Bettijoyce. 151. 284. 320 

Bremer, Elizabeth Anne, 99, 240 

Brennan, Brian Matthew 

Brenner. Alison Leslie. 88. 99. 235. 324 

Bretnali. Virginia Jane. 151, 317 

Brewer, Scott 

Bricklemyer, Keith W., 99. 333, 374 

Bridges, Saunders M , 230 

Bridgforth, Richard L., 193 

Briggs. Beverly, 174, 318 

Bright, Ernest Andrew, 174. 351 

Bright. Thomas Leo, 362 

Briley, Lynn Fontanne, 193 

Brim. Blaine BjTon. 151. 243 

Brinckman. Joy Alice, 174 

Brinkley, John Scott, 193 

Brisebois, Anne Bindon, 99, 235, 246, 287. 

307 
Brittingham, Mary Anne. 151 
Brittingham. Sarah E, 
Britton, Lee Elizabeth. 193, 312 
Broaddus, David T 
Brock, Carolyn Marie, 99. 242. 326 
Brodie, Glenn Thomas 
Brodie, Michael Anthony, 288, 294 
Broecker, Linell P , 99, 224. 255, 320 
Broman, Dianne E., 193, 290, 316 
Bromley, Elizabeth Ann, 99. 315 
Brooke, William Joseph, 99, 240 
Brooks, Ann Barringer, 99. 295 
Brooks. Carlton P.. III. 99. 276. 343 
Brooks. David Hebcrt. 151, 343 
Brooks, David Robert 
Brost, Richard Alan 
Broughton, Henry Paul, 99. 289. 341 
Brown, Adin Deering, 100, 277, 280, .349, 

.362, 365, 367 
Brown. Alan Kent. 151. 337 
Brown, Celia Anne. 100, 324 
Brown. Dana Anthony. 151. 288 
Brown. Dennis Tumes. 151. .333 
Brown, Diane Ruth. 100 
Brown. Dougla.s Eric. 193. 336. 384. 385 
Brown. Frederick Lee. 100 
Brown, Henry Alan, 193, 348, 394 
Brown, Howard Douglas, 151 
Brown, Janet Barbara, 193 
Brown, Janet Marie, 318 
Brown. Kristi Sue. 100. 326 
Brown. Margie Ann. 312 
Brown. Pauline E . 100 
Brown. Richard Daryl. 100. 333 
Brown, Robert Braxton. 151. 345 



Brown, Robert Edward, 151 

Brown, Robert Wilmot. Jr.. 151. 228. 351, 

391 
Brown, Ronald Dane 
Brown. William Keith. 100 
Brown. Wynyard Adair. 151 
Browne. Robert Lee. 174. 340 
Brownell. Joan Frances. 193. 257. 376 
Brownell, Margaret A., 193, 253, 305, 327. 

360. 376 
Brubeck. Jean Dale, 174, 233, 324 
Bruce, Bonnie McClenny 
Bruce, Jon William. 294 
Bruechert. Elizabeth R . 193. 286 
Brugh. Lewis Latane. 193 
Bruington. Patricia 
Brunelli. Robert Ernest 
Bruno. Howard .John. 362 
Brunson, Carol Ella. 175, 290, 318 
Bryan, Cathy, 193 
Bryant, Donna, 297 
Bryant, Edward Carroll, 194 
Bryant, Harvey Lee, III, 100, 297 
Bryant, Larry Alan, 387 
Bryant, Melville I, 
Bryde, Stanley Kirk, 175 
Bubsey, William Edward, 151, 341 
Buchanan, Doris Lyerly 
Buchanan, William G , III, 100, 349, 362, 

364, 365, 369 
Buchler, Thomas, 300 
Buck. Lilli Lee. 261 
Buck, Sharon Elizabeth, 100 
Buckak, Robert M , 100 
Buckey, Kerry Alan 
Buckingham, James L. 
Buckingham, Richard D, 
Buckle, David Charles 
Buckley, Linda Louise, 151, 320 
Buckley, Mary Kathleen. 101, 318 
Buckley, Susan Irvin. 101, 315 
Bucknam. Deborah Jane 
Buckpitt. Alan Ridler 
Budahn. Phillip J.. 279 
Buehler. Thomas Alfred, 194, 391 
Buenting, Karen Alt, 101, 320 
BufTington, Carl E., Jr., 151. 345 
Buffington. Patricia. 101. 317 
Bugden. Lee Bibb. 101. 329 
Bullard. .James Roger. 336 
Bullock, Richard Arthur. 194. 354 
Bullock. Robert Michael, 339 
Bulynko, Lydia D., 151, 243, 315 
Bunch, Linda K., 194 
Bunte, Margaret Rachel 
Burbage, Bruce Parker, 175 
Burge, Katherine G., 56, 62, 101, 246, 317, 

330 
Burgess, Susan Alyce, 175. 233, 257. 322 
Burgio. Lorraine Ann. 194, 224, 328 
Burgraff. Craig Robert. 152, 232. 255. 349 
Buriak, Richard Robert, 152 
Burian. James Dale, 194 
Burke, Frederick C , 152 
Burket. Barbara Ann. 175. 324 
Burleigh, John Roy, 374 
Burleigh, Patricia C 
Burlock, Frances B. 
Burnett, Carolinda Phillips 
Burnett, Gerald. 293 
Burnett, James A.. 175, 345 
Bumette, Bettye Anne, 175 
Bumette. Jo Anne, 194 
Burr, Carll Smith, 336 
Burrell, Victor G J 
Rurris, Raymond Douglas, 194 
Burt, Mercer David. 101 
Burt. Virginia Lee. 101 
Burton. Barbara Ann. 175, 293 
Burton, Harry Harding, 194, 279 
Bumey, Christine .Shirley, 101, 329 
Busbee. Howard James, 218, 245, 294 
Bush, Jayne Lynn 

Bushong, Delorcs Ann, 152, 250, 286 
Bu.sse, Laura B. 
Bus.se, Paul Lawrence 
Butler, Arthur, 101. 289 
Butler. Fleetwood P . 218. 245, '294 
Butler, Marion Tyus, 175, 345 
Butler, Nora Dalby, 152. 290 
Butler. Patricia Jane. 242. 321 
Butler. Sharon Lynn 
Butler. William A . Jr 
Butncr, Truscilla Drane, 101, 329 
Buxlon, Joseph T., III. 244 



Buxton, Mary Ann Wakefield 

Byers. Ralph A.. 194 

Byrd. Claudia Ann. 152. 250 

B>Td, Rebecca Lee, 194, 324 

BvTer, Margaret E , 175. 233. 243. 275, 320 

B\Tne, Thomas .V , .370 



Cabaniss, Richard Jennings 

Cafeo, Linda Louise 

Cahoon, Roger Howell, 152, 345 

Calder, Dale Ralph 

Caldwell, Audrey Wood 

Callahan. James Edward. 101. 337 

Callear. James Y . 194. 354 

Calvert. Catherine Jane. 231. 255 

Calvo. Betsy Ellison. 175. 313 

Camden. Sandra Kay. 152. 250 

Cameron. Colleen Sue. 175. 233. 314 

Cammarata, Joseph Barry 

Campana. Michael E.. 175. 260 

Campbell. .Anna Rose 

Campbell, David Lee. 194, 348 

Campbell, Frances Moore 

Campbell, .Joan Darnell. 101. 322 

Campbell, Mary Lou, 194 

Campbell, Patricia 1 . 194. 255. 314 

Campbell. Robert Hugh. 194. .336 

Campbell. Ronald Warren. 243 

Campbell. Susan Pannill. 152. 320 

Campbell. Victoria Anne. 101. 242 

Canada. Bernard David. 175. 341 

Canterbury. John R. 

Canup. Robert E , II. 175 

Caplan. James Arthur 

Cardwell. Betty Lou 

Care, Allan Matthew 

Carhart. Judy Ann. 152. 256, 322 

Carlin, Karen Elaine 

Carlson, Patricia Ann, 101, 235 

Carlton, Alice C , 152, 240, 307 

Carlton. Elizabeth P 

Carlton, Kathleen Ann. 176 

Carmody. Mary Patricia, 102, 313 

Carney, Christine Lee 

Carney, Gretchen Joan, 102 

Carney, Roliert Walter. 102 

Carpenter. Bertie Lynn. 194 

Carr. Diana Deane. 194 

Carrigan. Daniel J . 194. 338. 374 

Carrithers. Emmitt O.. 350, 392 

Carroll, Helen C 

Carroll, John C. 

Carroll. .lohn Michael. 348. 370 

Carroll. Murray Lee 

Carroll, Patrick James, 194, 305, 391 

Carson. Jean Kyle, 102. 320 

Carson. Rebecca S. 

Carter. Barry Ncal, 175 

Carter, Carolyn L., 175 

Carter, Karen A., 102, 194 

Carter, Karen IjOU 

Carter. Linda J , 194 

Carter. Margaret E.. 152. 321 

Cartwright. Bruce G. 

CartwTight. Ronnie A.. 175, 342 

Carver, Michael Earl 

Casey, Catherine Sue, 175, 202, 252 

Casey, Everett Frank, 152, 241 

Casey, Thomas Edward, 194, .350 

Cashman, Bradley Robert, 102, 282, 362 

Cassada, Janice Anne. 194, 301 

Cavanaugh, James C , 362, 364, 365, 366, 

367 
Cavanaugh, Thomas W., 152 
Cave, Cynthia Ann, 195, 319 
Cavey. Dcsales M , 195, 350 
Cayot, Michele Jon, 175. 324 
Chafin. Linda Anne. 175 
Chalmers, George H. 
Chambers, Gwynn E., 176. 317 
Chambers. James Ross 
Chancellor. Ann Layman. 152. 243. 247. 267 
Chancellor. Ruth Donnan. 56. 63, 152, 224, 

233, 286, 324, 330, 360 
Chandler, Nancy Deal. 102, 195 
Chandler, Samuel Bryan, 341 
Chaney, Judith A. 
Chapman, James Bruce 
Chapman, Marian Sue, .56, 102. 296 
Chapman. Sarah V . 195. 351 
Chappell. Allen Hams. 102 
Chappell. Gcorve E , Jr , 301 
Chard. Douglas Norman, 258. 284, 285. 286 



Chartier. Linda Harrell. 102 

Chase. Judith Caneel. 152. 256. 286. 315 

Chausse. Patricia Ann. 152 

Cheatham. Alvin Paul. 362 

Chen. An Ban. 286 

Chen. Yen Shon. 286 

Cherry . Elizabeth Anne. 102, 320 

Cherry. Penelope Ann. 195, 328 

Chesno. Frank A., .Jr. 

Chesser. Anne Courtney 

Chesser, Roger 

Chesson, Michael Bediut, 152, 232, 243, 

255. 275. 347 
Childers. Edwin R,. Jr, 
Chizaki, Akiie 
Chocklett, Charles W . 152 
Chow. Mei Chuan Tan, 102, 284, 286 
Christ, Anthony Chris. 195. 392 
Christensen. Andrew B.. 195 
Christensen. Carl H . 102. 282. 335 
Christensen. Osborne D.. 195, 334. 397 
Christhilf. David A. 
Christian. EInor Jane. 102, 322 
Christianson, James. 152, 347 
Christoferson. [)anald P., 195 
Christopher. John C. 152. 296, 333 
Chronister. Martin M . 102, 296 
Chubb. William S . 152. 283. 302 
Churchill. William L K 
Ciaburri. Michael, 195 
Citron, Richard Stephen 
Clark, Alynne Dale, 176, 315 
Clark. Brian Kent, 195. 279. 283 
Clark. Frank H.. III. 302 
Clark, Frederick Llewellyn, 195, 334 
Clark, Jacqueline E , 152, 295 
Clark, James Bruce 
Clark, Joanne, 103 
Clark, .John Robert. 195 
Clark, Karen Leigh. 176. 270, 329 
Clark. Kathryn Peny. 103 
Clark. Linda Diane. 152, 231. 313 
Clark. Thomas Charles. 245. 294 
Clarke. Alva Byron 
Clarke. Peter Tefll, 103. 276. 343 
Clarke. William Gordon. 152. 296. 349 
Clave, Mireille Andree 
Clawson, Constance M.. 103, 305, 313 
Clawson, Mildred .^nn, 152 
Clay, Carolyn Meredith,- 176. 318. 360 
Clay. Robert Newlin. 83. 103. 255. 351 
Cla>TOan, Carol Sue, 195. 250 
Clayton. Helen Marie, 152 
Clements, Alan Leigh, 195, 344 
Clements, Vivian Q. 
Cleveland. Robert Harold 
Cline. Robert .Joseph. 88. 235, 236. 331 
Clover, Karen Ann. 176 
Cloyd. Randolph Mahan. 176, 345 
Coakley. Gary Vaughn. 195 
Coakley. Stephen Stuart 
Coates, Robbie J. 
Cobb. Cheryl Rac. 195. 323 
Cobb. James Gurley. 152 
Cochran. Harold E 
Cochran. Stephen Greg, 152, 230, 232. 255, 

333 
Cockrell, Ashby U.. 195. 336 
Cofer. Glenna Jo. 176 
Coffey. John Getely. 294. 346 
ColTey. John Warren. 176 
CofTman. Barry Preston 
Coflman. Milton Jr.. 103, 337 
Coggin. George Thomas, 103. 296 
Cohen. Nathaniel .1 . 218. 245. 294 
Coiner. Penelope Susan, 103, 317 
Coker. Barbiira Kt.ehan 
Cole. Anthony Frederick 
Cole, David Patten. 176. 232. 339 
Cole, Howard Milton, Jr., 103 
Cole. James Ernest, 176 
Cole. Mark Arthur. 195. 296 
Cole. William Walter. 176. 341 
Coleman. Aliceanne. 195. 321 
Coleman. Carol.vn. 103. 295 
Coleman. Cnthy Leigh. 56. 173. 176. 224 
Coleman. Elizabeth. 195 
Coleman, .ludith Uike. 103 
Coleman. Marjorie Ann. 195 
Coleman. Rohorl E . 195 
Coles, Knthlrrn Ixiuise. 195. 323 
Coley. Joan Elise. 103. 320. 330 
Collins. Barclay P . 195 
Collins. Duncan G., 152 
Collins, Elizabeth C, 103. 313 



421 



Collins, Elizabeth Ware. 152, 317 

Collins. Georije H . 176. 230. 351. 396 

Collins. Kenny Kayle. 152 

Cullins. Michafl McHale 

Collin.s. Walu-r William. 103. -232, 292 

Collins. William H.. Jr., 176, 283, 285, •289. 

347 
Collins, Ross L , II 
Colonna. Jane BripKs. 152 
Colver. Mildred D , 195. 314 
Combs, Melinda Lt>uise. 195 
Comeau. Regina Elizabeth. 195, 305 
Cximo, Kichard W'allace. 362 
Condit. Christopher D . 391. 394 
Cone. Charlotte M 
Cones. Harold Nelson. Jr. 
Conley. Charles Duncan, 195 
Conley, Elizabeth B . 103, 257. 322 
Connelly. Rose Frances, 104. 235 
Connor. Thomas 

Conrad. Conrad A . 104. '282. 339 
Conrad. Glen E.. 195 
Conrad. Paul Wells, 176, 337 
Converse. Ray. 152 
Conway, .\rthur Franklin, 104. 347 
Conway. Richard E . 387 
Conway. W'llliam G- 
Cook. Bruce Moreland. 232 
Cook, Martha Elizabeth. 176. 233, 313 
Cook. Mary Grace. 104. 322 
Cook, Richard Carlton 
Cooke. Gilbert Lee. 279 
Cooke. Janice Lynn. 104. 260 
Cooke. Judith Ann. 1.52 
Cooney. Thomas Gregory. 195, 350, 387 
Cooper. Cynthia Vinton, 195, 312 
Cooper. Ellen Hope. 152. 271. 315 
Cooper. Marian Louise. 152. 320 
Cooper. Nancy Condit. 176. 324 
Copley. Vernon J.. 152 
Coppola. Sherry Sue. 104. .376 
Corbett. John Franklin. 195. 374 
Corbitt. Phyllis Stitser 
Cordell. Dennis Leon 
Correa. Peter C . 176. 337 
Correll. Charles M . 338 
Correll. Dorothy L , 104. 302. 324 
Corson. David Wesley. 195. 251. 346 
Corvino. Margaret Elsie. 152. 291. 305 
Cote. Ernest Norman. 176 
Cotman. Lmwood Clary, 176, 341 
Cottingham. George R.. 336 
Cottingham. Juana Day. 104. 324 
Cottingham. Robert P.. 153 
Cottrill. Sarah Lu, 104. 287. 307 
Couper. Mar>- B., 176, 313 
Cousins. John Paul. 153. 339 
Covell. Cathy Louise. 176. 238. 286. 317 
Covington. James Edward. 195 
Covington. Susan EN.. 153, 376 
Cowart. Gregory A . 195. 336 
Cowles. Rollin James. 195. 230. 296, 352 
Cox. John Bruce 
Cox. Virginia Lee. 153 
Coyne. Jerry Allen. 261 
Cracraft. Kathleen D . 104. 329 
Cracraft. Steven G 
Craft. Charles Stephen. 153. 335 
Craig. Dee W'ayne. 105. 230. 288. 387 
Craig. Kim. 195. 324 
Craig. Patricia G . 105 
Crane. Michael L . 153. 351 
Crawford. Pamela. 105. 259. 286, 292, 326 
Crawley, Charlene G . 176. 324 
Creef. Teresa Diane. 177, 326 
Creekmore, .loseph W.. 195 
Cremins. Mary Ann. 105. 253. 329. 330 
Cressman. Barry Edward. 88. 105, 235. 236. 

259. '285 
Crewe. William Stewart. 153. 343 
Crt?ws. Ralph L , 196. 336 
Cnm. Kevin Lou. 177. 238 
Crisscy. Barbara Jean. 153. 290. 317 
Crist. Deborah Caroline. 1.53 
Crocker. Richard A. 
Croghan. Susan Victoria. 105, 292, 297 
Cronk, Ronald Drew, 105 
Crosier. Yvonne Fae. 177. 317 
Cross. Linda Lee. 196. 316 
Crossen. Sheila Mane. 177. 315 
Crouch. .loseph Preston. 245. 294 
Crouse. Susan Elizabeth. 105. 240 
Crowder. Linda Kate 
Crowe. John Harrison. 196. 230, 391 
Crowe, Patricia Ward, 105, 2,35, 258 



Crowther, Nancy B., 153, 320 

Croyle, Barbara Ann, 196. 250. 252. 261. 

319 
Cruger. Thomas Wayne 
CrMse. Harold M.. 196. 352 
Crute. Carol Etta. 177. 233. 238. 313 
Cuervo-Delgado. Herminio Hermini. 105. 

293. 391 
Cullers. Kathy Kay. 196. 316 
Cullcy. Pamela Keith. 177. 233. 313 
CumlMH\ Richard S. 
Cummins. Brian Jay. 105 
Cunningham. .Su.san W . 191. 196. 224. 270, 

316 
Currie, Caroline F. 
Curry, Rhonda Elaine, 177, 315 
Curlin, Ernest A , 196, 302 
Curtis, Winifred Parker. 196 
Curlier. IXiuglas C . 105 
Curwen. Diana Louise. 56. 153. 286. 317 
Curwen. Elizabeth. 196. 291 
Curzi. Dewey Scott. 153. 349. 392. 393 
Custis. Paul Robert. 177. 292 
Cusworth. Robert Brian 
Cutler. Elliott C. 261. 270 
Cutler. Jamie Sue. 196. 312 
Cyrus. Lynda Anne. 153 
Czamecki. Peter B . 196. .354 



D 



Dabney, Hovey Slayton, Jr . 196. 334 

Dail. Halbert Thornton. 245 

Dailey. Mary Anne. 105. 326 

Dainer. Paul Maclyn. 105. 2.38. 284. 347 

Dale. Carl W , 177 

Dale, Kenny. 340 

Daley. John Gordon. 153. 232. 335 

Daley. Jonelle Sharon. 106 

Dallas. Bruce S. 177. 224. 230. 334. 387. 

388 
Dameron. Glenda Faye. 106. 313 
Dance. Carolyn Wallace, 177. 233. 2.38. 318 
Dankers. Naomi Jean. 106. 318 
Dann. John Christie 
Dansby, Dwight Richard. 196. 348 
Daragan. Joseph John. 196. 296 
Damall. Sherry .\nne. 196 
Darnell. Nancy Rebecca. 177. 240. 301. 313 
Darr. Michael Glenn. 153. 374 
Darragh. Daniel Meyer. 89. 106, 227. 335. 

364. 365. 368. .369 
Darragh. Mary Anne 

Daugherty. David Reams. 153. 335. 379. 381 
Daugherty. Seth Jerome 
Daughtry. Laura Lee, 106, 313 
Davenport, Robert Kevin, 153. 337 
Davey. John Barrett, 196, 261, 354 
Davi, Susan Ann, 177. 243. 329 
Davick. Thomas Kellogg. 196. 340 
David. Joseph John. 153. 339 
Davies. Hope Massie. 196 
Davies. John Myrddin. 196. 286 
Davis. Beatrice L.. 106 
Davis. Bradley John. 89. 106. 223. 224, 225. 

249. 337 
Davis. David Earl. Jr . 106. 223. 224. 225. 

253. 351 
Davis. Donald W'ayne 
Davis. Elizabeth Carter. 177. 313 
Davis. George Hughes. 288. 372, 373, 387 
Davis, James Edward. 106. 307 
Davis. Julia Waters. 177 
Davis. Julianne. 153 
Davis. Katharine Baynes. 177. 286. 320 
Davis. Leslie Ann. 153. 329 
Davis. Lois Meade. 196 
Davis. Margaret Dinan. 106. 317 
Davis. Margaret Savage. 106 
Davis. Paul Alnwick. 106. 258, 285, 347 
Davis. Robert Dean 
Davis. Robert Pratt. 387 
Davis. William E . 218 
Davis. William Scott. 196. 303 
Daw.son. John Robert 
Dawson. Sandra Kay. 196, 323 
Day, Eleanor Johnson 
Day. Robert Warwick. 153. 255, 296, 339 
Dayton, Keith Walter. 177, 228, 232, 279. 

343 
DeLeon, Linda Juliana, 177 
DoVarona. Hada Maria. 196. '291 
Deacon. .loanne. 177. 224. 301. 315 
Dean. John Howard. 153. 349. 362 



Deane, Evelyn Powell, 196 

Deas, .Joanne B., 106 

Deas, Justin Traylor, 247, 260 

Deas, Laurence A. 

Deaton, Lewis Edward, 177 

Debell, Richard Lee, 106, 282, 339 

Deboe, Joel A 

Deboer, Patricia Alice 

Decarlo, Rcsemary Jean, 106, 295 

Decot, Mark Edwin, 153, 387 

Dctkens, John Mackenzie, 153, 281, 355 

Defrees, Jane Lindsay, 153, 307, 318 

Dehn, Gale, 1.54, 315 

Delaney, Raymond T , 196, 261, 279 

Delavan, Susan Jean 

Delia, Clark Anthony, 177. 279, 281 

Dellinger, Jo Anne, 196 

Deloach, Clyde Monroe 

Delong, Richard Allen, 107, 347 

Demary, Anthony J , 107, 335. 362 

Demchyk, Stephen John, 196, 344 

Demers, Marion Edyth, 107, 303, 322 

Demharter, Paul Regis, 196 

Dempsey, Kathleen M . 107 

Denay, .Mar>'anne 

Denenberg. Dennis. 1.54. 238. '284 

Dennard. Jane 

Denny, Patricia Dianne. 154. 317 

Densmore. Douglas W.. 177. 339 

Dent, Charles Edward, Jr , 154, 232, 260 

Dent. Lynwood Miller, 107. 331. 347 

Depue. Perry Michael 

Derflinger. Marsha Ann. 177 

Demer. David William. 196 

Derr. .Alice Miriam, 177. 317 

Derrick. .John Milton. 177. 372 

Derrickson. Lew Drumny. 154. 337 

Derringe. Edmund T , Jr., 154, 335, 379 

Deshong. Philip Ridley. 196 

Detorie, Deanne Marie. 107. 305 

Deuster. Patricia Anne 

Devilt. Timothy R 

Devlin. Ellen Jane. 196 

Dew. Stephen DiHdson. 196. 344 

Dewey. Hartley Fiske, 154, 282 

Dewilde. Donald Steven. 196. 340 

Dewitt, Peter Webb. 177. 341 

Dexter. Joel Marion. 196 

Deyerle. Elizabeth W., 177, 243, 313 

Deyerle, Linda Ann. 196. 253, 312 

Diamond, Gary Wayne, 196, 342 

Dibattista, Beverly 

Dickerson. David Darren, 245 

Dickey. Donald Neil. Jr.. 177. 303. 355 

Dickinson. Enders. IV, 154. 341 

Dickinson. Jan Suzette. 154 

Dickinson. Nancy Lewis. 196 

Diehl. Kathleen T . 154 

Dlgennard. Richard Sam. 177, 351. 396 

Dillard, Philip .James. 387 

Dillon. Kathleen E . 107 

Dillon. Larr>- Thearon. 154, 281 

Dinner. Elliott Davis. 154. 341 

Dipaola. Michael F, 

Distler. Elizabeth Anne, 107, 250, 252, 320 

Ditullio. Frank .\nthony. 196 

Dixon. Kathryn 

Dixon, William Carlton, 107, 247 

Dodd, Kathleen Barbara. 177, 313 

Dodds, John H , 196, 346, 374 

Dodge, James Ray 

Dodge. Steven Goode. 197. 334. 384. 385 

Dodson. Harry Hugh. Jr.. 154 

Doe. Frank E.. 197. 348 

Doerries. Lee Erwin 

Dolsey. Richard Lester. 107. 345 

Dombroski. Virginia M.. 197 

Donahue. William J . Ill, 177. 232. 343 

Donato. .Joanna Francis. 107. 320 

Donelson. David Michael. 197. 354 

Donnelly, Terry Alan. 107. 337. 372. 373. 

387. 389 
Donohue. Linda Sue. 108 
Donohue. Timothy Conway 
Donovan. Thomas Joseph 
Dooley. Paul Leroy. 108 
Doollttle. John Paul. 352. 387 
Dorman. l,ois .Ainsley. 108 
Doughty, Thomas E.. 177. 337 
Douglas. Eleanor Carter. 108 
Douthat. James Evans. 154. 232. 289. 347 
Dovel. Elizabeth B.. 108 
Dowdy. Elizabeth Claire. 197. 250 
Dowdy. Rena Faye. 154. 240 
Dowlmg. Michael C. 108. 281. 284 



Downer. Patricia, 261 

Downey, Virginia Lynne 

Downing, Jack R , 379, 381, 382 

Doyle, Linda Dianne, 108, 313, 330 

Drake. Linda Louise. 177. 324 

Drake. Robert Edwin. Jr. 108. 276. 279. 

280. 347 
Drake. Thomas Edward. 296 
Dray. Mark Stanley, 245 
Drescher, Kenneth G , 338, 397 
Dress, Norman T,, 154 
Dresscl, Marshall Vic, 154. 355 
Drinkwater, Lawrence R. 
Driscoll, John Patrick, 154, 341 
Driscoll, Lawrence T.. 154. 347 
Do'e. Jerry Wayne 
Dryer. Lynn Ruth. 154. 231. 307 
DuBose. Rebecca Stuart. 197. 323 
Ducat. Janet Louise 
Dudley. Margaret F.. 108 
Dudley, Mary Anne, 177, 250, 313 
Dudley, Terrence L., 154 
Duel, Deborah Lee, 109, 254, 313 
Duel, Terry Lynn, 177, 252, 313 
Duff, Charles Henn-, III 
Duff. James Ronnie, 197, 255 
Duffey. Thomas O . 197. 332. 370, 387 
Duke, Charlie Wayne, 177, 283, 301 
Duke. Mary Diane 

Duke. Robert Ernest, Jr., 109, 277, 280, 337 
Dula. Frances S.. 197 
Dulin. Jacquelyn Scott. 109. 329 
Dullien. Detlev Roger 
Duncan. Bruce Grigg 
Duncan. Dorothy Ann. 154. 326 
Duncan, William E , Jr., 109, 282, 3,35 
Dunn, William Lee, 154, 276, 280, 337 
Dupaul, William David 
Durham. Robert M.. 245. 294 
Dutrow. David Andrew. 350. 396. 397 
Dulton. Mary Michele 



E 



Eagle, Ninion Windsor 

Eakin, Edward M,, 177, 353 

Eames, Marion R. 

Early, Alvm Carl, Jr., 109, 306 

Early. Brian E . 197 

Eaton. Demaris Winston. 154. 250. 329 

Eberhardt. Michael C. 155. 341 

Eberly, Charlotte Anne, 197 

Eckhouse, Mark Sanford, 177, 279, 351 

Eden, Karen Irmgard, 109, 240, 313 

Edge. Laurel Suzanne. 177. 233. 255. 286 

Edgren. Philip .Arthur. 155 

Edleston. William R. 

Edmunds. Wayne Little. 109. 282, 297. 301 

Edwards. Andrew Carlton. 197 

Edwards. Karl L. 

Edwards. Samuel Thomas. 109 

Eggleston. Margaret, 109, 242 

Eibner, James .Joseph 

Eisenhut. Darrell G. 

Elder. Janet Dec. 109. 317 

Ellenson. David Harry 

Elliot, Robert C, II. 244. 294 

Elliott, Charles S , Jr , 155, 341 

Elliott. Edwin P.. Jr.. 155. 287. 307 

Elliott. Homer Lee 

Elliott. James Edwin 

Elliott. William D. 

Ellis. Calvin Lane. 177. 297 

Ellis, Edward H , Jr., 177 

Ellis, Madeline Jo 

Ellis. Michael Corydon. 197. 279 

Ellis. Ward. 335. 362 

Elmore. Donald Charles, 178. 350 

Elmore. Ralph A . HI 

EIrod. Cheryl Candace, 178, 317 

Elrod. Donald Randolph. 178 

Ely. Karen Odell. 197 

Emerick. .lames Tracy. 155. 353 

Emerson. Robert G III. 178. 341 

Emerson. Robert S 

Emert. Roy Andrew. Jr, 

Emm. Marshall Gordon 

Emplaincourt, Edmond A., 286 

Engle, Jacqueline Anne, 155. 329 

Engler, William Eric, 197, 352 

English, Richard J , 155, 332 

Engoron, Frances Carla, 178, 318 

Engs, Michael Shelton 

Entwisle, Jane B., 197 



422 



Eppler. John William. 178. 337. 392. 393 

Emst, Marjorie Ellen, 109. 315 

Emstmeyer, -Jan Lois. 155. 295. 315 

Eskay. Robert La^VTence 

Essler, .James E . 197 

Estes, Susan McKissick. 109. 261. 302 

Evans. James August, 218. 244. 294 

Evans, Susan Fern. 155. 258 

Evans. Sylvia Noll, 197 

Evans, Waverly C, 334, 370 

Ewart, George Daniel, 197 

Ewing, Elizabeth Ruth, 178, 267, 305, 324 

Ewing, Susan Kathryn, 109 

Ezell, Thomas Wayne 



Fabbri, Patrina Jean, 155, 246 

Fabian, David Robert, 191, 197, 224, 225, 

342, 374, 375 
Fagan, William Dennis, 178, 331, 349 
Fagot, .John Allan, 197, 344 
Fairbanks, George C. IV, 155, 341 
Fairbanks, Lee Ellen, 178 
Familant, Norman, 197 
Farinholt, Dorothy G., 155, 270, 329 
Farkash, David Gene, 197, 344 
Farlin, Dan Cobaugh, 320 
Farrell, Eileen Stepan 
Farrell, James Robert, 348, 370 
Farris, Alice Diane, 155 
Farris, Judy Carolyn, 109, .306 
Fauber, Suzanne Dillon, 155, 324 
Fauerbach. Eric, 178, 333 
Faust, .Judith, 109, 253, 286, 329 
Fawcett, John North, 197, 354 
Fay, Thomas Patrick, 110, 337 
Fechtmann, Freddie Ann, 304 
Fee, Russell J., Ill, 1.55, 343 
Feeley, James Bemar 
Feeley, Thomas Michael 
Foil, Nancy Watkins. 178. 240. 317 
Fenigsohn. George Ira. 155. 300. 373. 374. 

.387 
Fentriss. Grayson G 
Ferguson. Carl Phillips, 197, 336 
Ferguson, Jane E , 198 
Ferguson, .Janet E . 198, 290 
Ferguson, John Elvin, 155 
Ferrari, Daniel Edward, 198, 338 
Ferry, James F,, Jr., 178, 287, 307 
Ferr\Tnan, Lynn A., 198, 324 
Festa, Brian C 198, 224, 286 
Feuerriegel, John Karl, 348, 370, 371 
Fielden, Rebecca A., 198 
Fields, Terry Windsor, 198 
F.gg, Carol Lee, 110, 324 
Filkins, Deborah J., 178, 240, 243, 275 
Findler, William E., 178, 287, 387, 389 
Fine, Michael Lawrence 
Fmley, William K., 155, 289, 347 
Finn, Carter Braxton 
Finnegan, -Jellrey C, 198, 374 
Finnerty, Michael A- 
Finton, Thomas Edward, 379 
Fischer, Catherine, 198, 316 
Fischer, Steven Kent 
Fisher, Garv' Edwin, 178, 279, 281, 304 
Fisher, .Joel Richard 
Fitch. .Julian Robert 
Fitzgerald. Mary Clare, 110, 231, 318 
Fitzgerald, Robert .M., 155, 224, 355 
Fitzhugh, Jenny Conner 
Fitzhugh, Philip W,, 198 
Fitzsimmons, James A-, 198, 340 
Flaherty, Kathleen L., 178 
Hanlcr, Michael Karl, 198 
Flei«.-hman. Nancy H., 267 
Fleming, Paula Denise, 100 
Fleshood, Paul Seago, 178, 339 
Fletcher, Anne Bernice 
Fletcher, PVancis E , Jr 
Flinn, Susan Michele, 110 
Florence, Gordon L. 
Florence, Henry Michael, 155, 335 
Florer, Hayward S 
Flynn, Christopher John, 198 
Foldenauer, Craig E,, 198 
Folland, Laura Edwards, 155 
Foltz, Kenneth Glenn, 178 
Forde, Alan Scott, 279 
Fore, Danny Garfield, 155, 353 
Fore, Julian Wayne. 198, 270 
Forrer, Martha Jeanne, 155 
Forrest, Carroll Mark, 155, 306 



Foster, Judy Carolyn, 155 

Fester, Robert Mallory 

Fowie, Donna Jeanne, 178. 324 

Foy. Laurence George, 178, 343 

France, David Eugene, 110. 343 

Francis. Cleveland Jr. 

Francis. David Raymond. 336 

Frank, Philip Jay, 178, 289, 339 

Franklin, Philip Leigh, 110, 351 

Frankovitch, Carl N.. 155, 296, 343 

Frantz, Thomas Richard, 387 

Eraser, Betty Florence, 89, 110, 249, 251 

Fratken, Winifred Goodman 

Fratkin, Michael E., 387, 389 

Frazer, Elizabeth P , 155 

Frazier, Elise, 178, 224, 324 

Frazier, Patricia Anne, 155, 318, 386 

Freasier, B, Roland, Jr. 

Frece, John Walter, 155, 351 

Freeman, Donald Neal, 110, 331, 343 

Freeman, Linda Lee, 1,50, 155, 315 

Freeman, William N,, III, 178 

Freiberger, Douglas E., 178, 351, 392 

Friberg, Paula Sigrid. 312 

Friedhaber, Marc J., 198 

Fnedlander, Thomas A-, 178, 382 

Friedman, Kathleen G-, 155, 315 

Friend, Barbara Marie 

Friend, Charles E., 245 

Friend, Linda Carol 

Frisbee, Stephen \'., 198, 336 

Friscia, James Howard, 350 

Fromm, James Gary 

Fron, Joseph M., 296 

Froscher, Torrey Curtis, 155, 251 

Frost, James Branch, 198, 346 

Frumen, Dennis Robert, 198, 286 

Frye, Fredricka Lee, 110 

Fulgham, Frank M., Jr 178 

Fulkerson, Margaret. 156 

Fuller, Sheila Gail, 202, 233, 323, 330 

Fuller, Terry Alan 

Fullerton, Richard B., 156, 277, 280, 296, 

351 
Fulwiler, Anne C, 198, 328 
Furbush, Elisabeth B,, 178, 322 
Furman, Margret Louisa, 198, 327 
Furr, Murray Basil, Jr., 156, 230, 281 



Gabeler, William S., 362 
Gadda, George Emil, 178 
Gadkowski, Robert S, 110, 277, 280, 349, 

362, 367 
Gaebe, Gregor Morris, 110, 337 
Gaeta, Anthony, Jr., 294 
Gaetano, Gianni 
Gaidies, John B , 245 
Galbraith, Rebecca G. 
Gall, Margaret Ann 
Gallagher, Frederick P , 178 
Gallier, Donald Wayne, 110 
Gallo, .John Aaron, 178, 2.38 
Galloway, Archibald, II, 156, 230, 342 
Galloway, Lura Goddin, 156, 231, 315 
Gambardella, Anthony J, 110, 232, 256, 

331, 343 
Gammon, Rose Miller, 110, 317 
Ganderson, Samuel B., 300 
Gang, Patricia Anne, 198, 328 
Gapp, David Alger 
Gather, Denette Bell, 156, 322 
Garber, Fredericka V- 
Garber, Richard Bubb, 156. 286 
Garber. Robert Earl. 198. 372, 387 
Garbler, Susan Gail 
Gardner. Camilla C, 111 
Gardner, Edward, Jr , 178, 351 
Garland, Martha Ann, 198. 312 
Garlick, Dale R , 370 
Garnett, Henry D, Jr 111, 355 
Garnett, Sandra G , 328 
Garrenton, Vincent T , 199, 340 
Garrett, Helen Marie, 1 1 1 
Garrett, Melinda Ricks. 178 
Garrett. Stacy F . III. 218. 245. 294 
Garrett. Virginia W . 178. 317 
Garrison. Eunice Hall. Ill 
Garri.son. .Judith Dabney 
Garst. Patricia Ann. 199 
Garvey. Hartley T , Jr . 178. 355. 394 
Garvin. Mary Elizabeth. 111. 324 
Gaskins, Steve Petlic. 156. 287. 337, 387 
Gasteiger, Wendy Louise, 111, 322 



Gates, Donald Leidy, 232. 279, 337 

Gates. Gail Elizabeth. 173. 178. 224. 233. 

324 
Gatewood, Robert T, Jr . 111. 247. 267. 279. 

284 
Gatten, Robert E . Jr 
Gay. Donald. Ill 
Gayle. Richard Carlton 
Geary. Martha Lavinder. Ill 
Gebhardt, Sheila Mana 
Geddes, Barbara Todd, 56, 199 
Geoghegan, William A, Jr , 111, 276, 280, 

351 
Georges, Bill .John 
Georgie. Shartjn Lee. 111. 224 
Gerber. Ephraim L. 

Gerenser. Duane Eugene. 178, 343. 374, 375 
Germain, Susan E , 199 
Gery, Guner Alexandra, 178 
Getty, Gael Ann, 156 
Getty, Linda Louise 
Geudeke, Theodora J , 199 
Geuder, Glen D , 199 
Gewirtzman, Neil H,. 199, 336, 384, 385 
Giampapa, Nancye Carol, 156 
Giberson, Wayne F., 173, 178, 224, 225, 351, 

396 
Gibson, Daniel G., Ill 
Gibson, Gale Holly, 156, 231, 252, 318, 330, 

360 
Gibson, Lucille Haywood, 179 
Gibson, Michael F., 179, 341 
Gibson, Ronald G., 370 
Gikas, Katy Virginia, 286, 305 
Gilbert, Robert Preston, 199 
Giles, Hume A,, 199, 332, 370 
Gilka, Robert G 
Gill, Richard Woolridge, 179 
Gillespie, Vernon Patrick 
Gillespie, William B , 331, 339 
Gillespie. William G . 156. 179, 232 
GiUey, Gloria Gail, 111 
Gilliam, Donald Bruce 
Gilliam. Eleanor .Ann. Ill 
Gilman. Donna Powell. 199. 328 
Giordano. Gregory A . 199. 392. 393 
Giorgio. Marilyn .Jane. 89. HI. 231. 237, 

318 
Girard, Thomas Pleasant 
Girouard, Terry Allen 
Givens, Judith Bailey 
Glasheen, Alice Margaret 
Glass, Judith Ann, 156 
Glazer, Stephen L., 300 
Gleason, John Winthrop, 199, 346 
Glendinning, David N 
Glenn, James R., Ill, 111, 277, 307 
Glenn, Jean Paxton, 156, 313 
Glocker. David Appier 
Glottstein. Elaine Hirsch 
Goalder. James Stuart. 111. 232. 277, 343 
Godbold. Marian Lacy, 199, 324 
Godfrey, Dennis -Joseph 
Godshalk, James David, 112, 282 
Godwin, .Ann Ralston. 199 
Godwin. .lo.seph H . 111. 156. .353 
Goldblatl. Stephen Roy 
Golden. Walter B . 218 
Goldsmith. Lawrence. Jr.. 179, 3.5.5 
Goldstein, Sanford R., 1 12 
Golladay, Elizabeth M , 199, 297, 319 
Gomez, Deberie Lynn, 179. 317 
Good. Carol Aileen. 179. 231. 233. 324 
Good, Larry R 

Good, Lester Luca.s, III, 112, 282 
Good, Roxanne Ayleward, 112, 255. 305. 322 
Good. Sherry Pfirman 
Goodall. .Joseph Culton. 179. 301 
Goodband. Susan M 314 
Goode. George Walden 
Gooden. Arthur L- 
Goodman. Diane Teresa. 112. 257, 284, 329, 

330 
Goodrich, Cynthia Camp. 199. 224. 328. 352 
Goodrich. John Hinsdale. 218. 244. 294. 298 
Goodrich. Nancy Kay. 179. 322 
Goodrich. Pamela Sue, 1 12, 329 
Goodwin, Martha Ellis, 112 
Goolsby, Penelope B , 1 12, 285. 326 
Goolsby. Rebecca Irene. 1 12, 295, 329 
Gordon, Daralyn, 179, 300 
Gordon. Linda Rae. 199. 312 
Gordy. Bruce Clark. U2 
Gore. Carol Knight. 199 
Gorman. Donnn Whitney, 56, 112, 244, 295, 

329 



Gosney, Beverley Ruth, 199. 328 
Gottenkieny, Charles H , 199, 342 
Gottwals, David Sutton, 112, 335 
Gracian, Gloria Alicia, 112, 224, 289. 305. 

326 
Gracian, Patricia Maria. 156, 305. 318 
Graef, Virginia Sue. 156. 315 
Graham. Carol Lynn. 179, 322 
Graham. David Draper 
Graham. George E . Jr. 112. 281 
Graham. Janet Lee. 179. 233 
Graham, Robert Allison, 156, 282. 293 
Granger. Gail Anne. 199, 270, 316 
Granville, Patricia Diane, 112, 247, 267 
Grasso, Linda 

Gravatt, Bruce Lee, 372. 387 
Graves, Leiand Edward, 113 
Graves, Leonard L,, Jr 
Graves, Patrick William, 199 
Graves, Pattie Wills 
Gray, .Judith Linda, 179 
Gray, Linda Anne, 179, 314 
Gray, Rebecca Ruth 
Gray, Robert Wayne 
Green, Carole Anne, 89, 113, 224. 237. 285, 

305. 329 
Green, Douglas C . 113, 256, 355 
Green, Imogene Mary, 113 
Green, James Crawford, 156. 283, 362 
Green. -James William. 307 
Green. Kathryn Louise. 89. 113. 329 
Green. Ronni Iline. 113, 252. 320 
Greene. Gloria Kaye, 113 
Greene, John Herkimer, 230, 391, 396 
Greenwood, Lynn Marie .56, 314 
Greer, Katherine W . 319 
Gregory. Serge Vladimir. 179 
Grejda. Vincent Charles, 348, 370 
Grenfell, Jane Douglass, 199, 257, 316 
Gretes, Frances C , 179, 233, 255, 286, 329 
GrifTin, Catherine Lois, 199, 301 
Griffin. John P . 199 
Griffin. Thomas John. 389 
GrilTin. Thomas N. 
GrifTith, Douglas Paul, 387 
Griffith, -Jeanne E 
Griffith, Margaret E., 199 
GrifTiths, Cherjl Lynn. 113. 242. 247. 285. 

322 
Gngsby. William D , 199, 346, 374 
Grill. Frederick Powell. 218. 244, 294 
Grimm, Emmett Carl. 156 
Grizzard. Hugh S . 199 
Grombacher, Betty Sue, 179. 300 
Groninger. Cheryl Kay. 199 
Grose. Glenna C , 199 
Grove, Roberta Lynn, 157, 231. 318. 376 
Groves. Timothy W'.. 373 
Gunia. Gertrude Genette. 199 
Gumey. Richard D 157. 283 
Gustafson. Arthur J.. Jr. 
Guthrie, Nancy E , 113, 313 
Guthrie. Norman David 
Gutierrez, Richard. 157 
Guzman. Samuel M, 

H 

Haan, Katherine Grrxime. 113, 324 

Haas, Karen Ijk, 114. 231, 315 

Haase. Linda Lee. 157 

Hackett, Donald James. 370 

Haddon. Andrea Lynn. 114. 313 

Haggard. Kenneth Vernon 

Hagy. Joan L Young 

Hagy. Robert R . Ill 

Haine. Ross Scott, 179, 345 

Haines, Victor Joseph, 179 

Hale, Earle Thomas, 298 

Hale, Jane Ali»n, 179, 233, 238 

Haley, Claude Thomas. 3.16 

Haley, John Hams 

Hall, Christine Lynn. 157, 317 

Hall, Danny Ray 

Hall, Deborah Anne, 179, 233, 286. 318 

Hall, Evelyn Gay, 179, 376 

Hall, Ronald Jame^i 

Hall, Shern Lynn, 179, 289, 324 

Hall, Susan Ballengcc, 114 

Hall, Wendy Stuart, 157, 318 

Hall, Zoe Ann, 199, '252 

Hallissy, ,Joanne, 157, 289. 326 

Hallman. Brian Shepatd. ,57, 339 

Hallman, Ronald S. 

Ham. Earle Barrett J. 



423 



Ham, Eugene Joseph. 199 

Humack. Keith Hartmond. 157, 280, 303. 

351. 396 
Hamersen. Carol E.. 157. 318 
Hamilton. iMfred David. 199 
Hamilton. Ann. 157. 324 
Hamilton. Viola Lee. 179. 238. 329 
Hammond. Croig C . 199. 350 
Hampton. Robert Coleman. 277 
Hampton. Roberta Page, 179. 233. 318 
Hamshar. [.ynda Carol. 114. 285 
Hancock. Robert V.. 114. 354 
Hancock. William .Wex. 337 
Hanes, Linda Jo 
Haney. George William, 199 
Haney, Thomas Eugene 
Hankla, Harry Lee 
Hansen, Gregg Allan, 114, 228. 230, 232, 

331, 337 
Hansen, James Michael, 179 
Hansen, Richard Lester. 332. 370 
Hansen. Sharon Althea. 114 
Harb.'rt. John P . 179. 297 
Harbour. Robert Wesley. 179 
Hardaway. James H. 
Harden. Alice Bruce. 179. 287 
Harding. Michael Stuart. 157, 355 
Harding, Richard Hunt. 244. 294 
Hardy. .Alice Janise. 1 14. 317 
Hargraves, Paul Eric 
Harker, Connie Sue 
Harkrader, Nancy F., 157, 320, 330 
Harlow, Naida Louise, 114, 235. 246. 296. 

318 
Harmon, Brenda Gail, 157 
Harper, Charlotte M , 179, 297 
Harper, Gayle Clifton, 157. 315. 330 
Harrell. Donald Bryan. 157 
Harrell. Vernon Earl 
Harris. Collier Caswell 
Hams. Howard Stanley. 114. .301 
Harris. James L. 
Harris. .Jane Ilene. 114. 317 
Harris. Sandra Ella. 157 
Harrison. Donald Mer\-in 
Harrison. Wayde Locklin. 114. 337. 396 
Harschutz, Perr>' K 180 
Hart. .Michael Scott 
Hartman. Edward Hale. 374. 394 
Hartman. Francis E- 

Harvell. Susan Holmes. 56. 115. 231. 324 
Har\ey. Christopher L.. 346. 387 
Har%ey. Daniel Gaver. 115. 232. 339 
Har\*ey. John H. 
Har\ith. Stephen Alan. 199. 300 
Harwood. Gertrude Clash. 157 
Hass, John Henr>' 
Hatch, Charles E , HI, 293 
Hathcock, Karen Sue, 199, 304, 323 
Hauck. Nancy Carol. 157. 320 
Hausman. William John. 199 
Hawes. George M.. 199 
Hawkins. Carolyn V . 200. 252 
Hawkins. Kathleen D . 115. 318 
Hawkins. Margaret Isley 
Hawks. Kathleen B.. 200. 224 
Hawthorne. Randall S. 
Hayden. Gan- Lynn. 372. .387 
Hayden. Sharon Lynn. 200 
Haycck. Claude B . 200 
Hayes. Caroline Kerr. 180. 233 
Hayes. Janet Elaine. 200. 321 
Haynes. Richard B. 
Hazelton. Man,' Helen. 180 
Hazleton. William Allen 
Hazlett. Brenda Carol. 157. 321 
Healey. Joseph F, 
Hecht, Allan Spencer, 200, .300 
Hecht. Lynn Ellen. 180. 233, 289, 326 
Hechtkopf. Eugene Alan. 218. 245. 294 
Hecker, Pamela. 1 15. 320 
Hedrick. Earl Allen 
Heilbron. Louis A. 
Held. Gale .Ann 
Helfrich, Dorothy Diane. 158. 318. 360, 376, 

386 
Helms, Cher>l Anne. 180. 329 
Helms. Judith Paige. 115. 329 
Helton. Edward Dale 
Hemmelgani, Gerald H.. 180, 335. 379 
Hemmer. Robert George 
Hempel. John Dale. 200. 261. 338 
Hen. Jacob. Jr . 200. 253 
Hendel. Robert Alan. 218 
Henderson. Edmund M . Jr . 158. 241 



Henderson. Robert Alan. 396 

Hendricks. William T . 158 

Henkel. Robert Allison. 200. 279 

Henneberg. Daniel M.. 180. 387 

Hennes. Cornelia Heide. 200. 314 

Henninger. Renee G. 

Henninger. Robert Leroy. 247, 267 

Henry, Barbara Martin, 158, 231, 324 

Henshaw, Susan Downing, 180, 282 

Hensley, Dennis Clair 

Hensley, Lois Elaine 

Hensley, Paul Brent 

Hensley, Winston Kern, 306, 180, 260 

Herb. Robert Charles. 348. 370 

Hereford. Russell White. 180, 232, 297, 353 

Heretick. Dennis James 

Heritage. Joseph S.. 200 

Hern. Alice Holbrook. 180, 313 

Herndon, Bill. 281 

Herndon. Jesse M . III. 158 

Heroux. Barbara E . 200 

Herring. Frances Lee. 158 

Herring. .James Edward. 115, 296, 335 

Herrmann, Corita Ann. 115. 282. 292 

Hershner. Ronald Alan. 200 

Herzog. Donald Charles 

Hess. Allen Rogers 

He.ss. Elizabeth Mills 

Hesse. .John David. 158. 345 

Hettermann, Mark Lee, 200, 230, 334 

Hettinger. Paul F. 

Heuer. Christina Mae. 115 

Hewes. Dean Edward. 158. 243. 275 

Hewitt. Phyllis Rae. 200 

Heyman. Carol Yamaguchi 

Hiatt. James Howard. 158, 283, 296 

Hiatt, Loretta .Ann. 200 

Hibbert, David Forbes. 180, 286, 303 

Hickcox. Joanne B., 200 

Hickey. Diane Lindsey. 200. 312 

Hicks. Cynthia, 200. 319. 360. 376. 386 

Hicks. Garland Elmo. 200. 346 

Hicks. James Ira 

Hicks. Robert Wilson. 200. 334 

Hildebrand. Paul H . Jr . 158. 339 

Hildreth. Robert Edmund. 200 

Hilgert, Linda K.. 200. 291. 321 

Hill. Connie Ray, 200. 261 

Hill. Elizabeth S.. 180 

Hill. Gerald F 

Hill. Joyce Elizabeth. 115, 235. 247, 267, 

324 
Hill, Lois Elizabeth, 115 
Hill, Marilyn Lois. 286. 289 
Hill. Martha Susan 
Hill. Natalie Payne 
Hill. Thomas Alton, 115, 345 
Hilliard, Jill Brenda, 115 
Hillman. David Lewis 
Himmel, Kenneth Alfred, 89. 115. 337 
Hiner. Laura Ann. 158. 317 
Hines. Christine Laurie. 115. 288. 318. 291 
Hinson. Helen Suzanne. 158. 317 
Hinton. Frederick James. 180. 341 
Hltt, Anne Morton. 158, 320 
Hobart, Nancy Lyrme, 116 
Hobbs, Stewart B., 158 
Hobson. Robert E . 200. 392. .393 
Hochmuth, Carol Susan. 200. 314 
Hockheimer. .Joanne Clark 
Hockman. Bruce W'llliam. 200 
Hodge. Baroline E . 116. 320 
Hodgson. Lynn Morrison. 180. 292. 326. 360 
Hoell. James .Monroe. Jr 
Hoener. Fred Kenneth. 180. 252. 396. 397 
Hoftiauer. Margaret 
Hoffman, Richard John, 158, 232, 347 
Hoffman, Robert M , 200 
Hogan. William Joseph. 338 
Hoggard, Catharine .M. 
Hoggard. Charlotte .Ann. 116. 200. 252 
Hogge. .John E- 

Hogviood. Andrew Wilbum. 180. 353 
Hohn. Robert Joseph 
Holbrook. Bruce Claude. 200. 297 
Holcombe. William O 
Holdren. John William. 180 
Holland. Barbara. 290. 317 
Holland. David William. .362 
Holland. Nancy Jane, 180, 317 
Hollander, Barry M , 218, 245, 294 
Holley, Barbara Ann, 116, 235, 242, 244 
Holley, Nancy Lynn 
Holliday, Barry Wade 
Hollis, Martha Spalding, 116, 180, 270, 328 



Hollis, Susan Louise. 240, 284, 322 

Hollowell, Mary Booth, 200, 290, 360 

Hollowell, Thomas P , 218. 294 

Holm. Thomas Alvin. 158 

Holmes. Malcolm Neil. 334 

Holmes. Robert Allen. 158. 232. 296, 349 

Holroyd, John Clinton, 117, 252, 296. 305 

Holt. Max David 

Holton, Stephen DowTiing. 158. 282. 353 

Holtzmuller. Paul E,. 218. 245. 294 

Honec. Georgiann Ix^. 200 

Honeman. Donald .M 

Honey. Richard Norman 

Hood. Charles Ray. 181. 333 

Hooker. Patricia .Marie 

Hooker. Ray Willard. Jr , 1.58. 232. 343 

Hooker. Henry Lester. III. 200. 370 

Hoole. Michael Richard 

HtKiper. Stevanne Joan. 117 

Hoose. Frank J . 200. 251. 256. 3.36 

Hoover. Gregory .John 224. 230. 338 

Hopkins. Barbara Lynn. 181. 317 

Hopkins. Deborah Cook. 158 

Hopkins. Edwin Patrick 117. 343 

Hopkins, Hugh Caldwell, 200 

Hopkins, Joseph .Anthony, 158, 287, 343, 

372 
Hopkins, Martha Ethel, 200, 307 
Hopkins, Suzanne May, 200 
Home, Thomas D , 245, 294, 298 
Homsby, Lois, 303 
Hornstein. Linda. 117. 246 
Horrom. Michael H,. 200 
Hoskins. Donna Lynn, 158, 224, 329 
Hoskins. Jacqueline Ann. 181. 322 
Hough. Joy Ann. 117 
Householder. Linda Petty 
Housel. Charles William, 362 
Howard, Carroll H , III, 117, 345 
Howard, Dennis Milbum, 117 
Howard, Golda S. 
Howard. Grover Charles. 117 
Howard, Joseph Lewis. 294 
Howard. Patricia Marie 
Howard. Steve Ladell. 362. 366 
Howe. Margaret Leigh. 158 
Howell. Robert Lyndon. 158 
Howell. Ronald W . 200 
Bower. Deborah Ellis. 200. 319 
Howland. Kim V.. 201 
Howland. Paula Lynn. 181. 313 
Hoyer. David Louis. 201. 334. 370 
Hoyle. Henry Bobbitt. 158 
Hoyle. Marian Eleanor 
Hsieh. Cheng Shong 
Hubbard. Benjamin A . 117. 276. 280. 331. 

351 
Hubbard. Joseph Hardy. 201. 352 
Huber. Jeanne Mane. 201. 321 
Huber. Miriam Sue. 158. 313 
Hudacek. Patricia Anne 
Hudak. Kathleen Mary. 201. 270. 316 
Huddleston. Joseph Hayes 
Hudgens. James Stephen. 201 
Hudson. David S . 201 
Hudson. Gary Kent, 181 
Hudson, Karen Leigh, 181. 238 
Hudson. Ronald Larry. 158. 343 
Hufiman. Lisa Lee 
Huffman, Sharon K.. 294. 298 
Hughes. Carol T. 117 
Hughes. David Monroe. 201 
Hughes. Sarah Shaver 
Hughes. William G.. 117 
Huley. Peter Hart 
Hull. Diana Faye 
Hull. Linda Drake. 117. 258 
Hulse, Nancy Louise. 158. 257 
Humes, Donald Harry 
Humphlett, Rebecca E , 117, 282, 329 
Hunsberger. Karen Ann, 201, 286. 290. 305. 

324 
Hunsucker, Carl Wayne 
Hunt. Janice Ann. 117 
Hunt. Marilyn Keeler. 117. 329 
Hunt. Martha Ann. 181 
Hunt. Robert Reed. Jr . 158. 353 
Hunt. Roberta Wells 
Hunt. William Henry. 306 
Hunter. Barbara Jeanne. 158, 247. 285. 289 
Hunter. Forrest Timothy. 180, 232, 341 
Hunzeker. Thomas Lyie 
Hurd. Barbara Parrett, 201 
Horn. M.-ir>- Ellen. 118. 231. 235. 285. 318. 

360. 376 



Hurst, Antony Thomas, 181, 341 

Husband, James David, 181, 333 

Hussey, William R.M 

Hutchens, Samuel H , III, 181, 293 

Hutchens. William 

Hutcherson, Freda Dale, 201, 314 

Hutchings, Michael Balfour, 159, 286 

Hutchings, Richard, 159 

Huxsaw, Charles F., 118, 232, 289, 297. 331. 

347 
Huzek. William Scott, 118, 202, 355 
Hyatt, Deborah Louise 
Hynicker. Frank C, 181, 240. 241 



Use, Barry Eugene 

Inman. Michael Allen, 118. 277. 339 

Insley. James S. 

Irby. Kenneth Cole. 1 18, 333 

Ironmonger, Michael H., 201, 334 

Irvin, Robert Andrew, 181, 238, 297 

Irwin, Sandra Lynne. 159. 324 

Isaacs. Mollie Barbara. 159 

Isaacs. Stephen Allen. 181. 224. 341 



Jack.son. Charles Edward, 159, 333. 362 

Jackson. Steven Leon. 159. 287 

Jacobs, Cecelia Marie, 118 

Jacobs, Larry Michael. 201 

Jacobs. Yetta Lee. 159. 243. 300 

Jacobsen. Kurt Lance 

Jacobson. Douglas E.. 118. 347 

Jaegar. Nancy Jean. 118 

Jaeger. Betty Ann. 201 

Jamerson. Pamela Jo. 159. 320. 360 

James. Peter. 372 

James. Sally Leonard. 159. 285, 320 

Jancaitis. James R . 89, 118. 236. 337 

Jancaitis, Thomas M . 336. 384 

Jansen. William F. 

Jarmon. Amy Louise, 201, 319 

JarretU Norma Lynn. 118. 271. 295. 324 

Jarvis. Thomas Destry. 159. 232, 347 

Jeffress. Vicki Jo. 201. 252, 312 

Jendron, Robert Claude. 191, 201. 224, 225, 

342. 374 
Jenkins. Daniel George. 118. 353 
Jenkins. Franklm J . 118. 335 
Jenkins. Jeanne B . 181. 318 
Jenkins. Katherine B.. 1 18 
Jenkms. Mary Lou. 118. 313 
Jenkins. Michael F. 
Jenkins, Ruth Aim, 118 
Jenkins. W'anda Louise. 181. 271. 315 
Jennings. Bonnie Brooks 
Jennings. Gregory F. 
Jensen, George H., 244 
Jensen. Paul E . 298 
Jesuele. Salvatore J . 218. 245. 294 
Jewell. Thomas Gibson. 119. 297 
Johnson. Barbara Ann. 159. 285. 295. 305. 

324 
.Johnson. Caria Lesa. 181. 320 
Johnson. Carsten Carl 
-Johnson. Catherine Dorm 
.Johnson, Eric Mitchell 
Johnson, Frederick L., 201, 332 
Johnson, John Ellis. 201. 254 
Johnson, John Michael. 119. 379 
Johnson. Joyce Lynn, 119, 250, 282 
Johnson. Joyce Mae. 119. 313 
Johnson. Judith Ellen. 89. 119. 237. 305 
Johnson. Lois Winn. 159. 313 
■Johnson. Lynn .Marie. 181. 238 
Johnson. Madolin P . 201 
Johnson. Marilyn Kay, 119, 256. 305. 313. 

391 
Johnson, Orrick F., 202 
Johnson, Reginald Earl 
Johnson. Robert Arthur. 119. 261 
.Johnson. Robert C. 
Johnson. Robert George. 119. 244. 281. 296. 

301. 351 
Johnson. Ronald Hugh. 202 
Johnson. Ruth Anne. 159. 318. 360 
Johnson. Sarah Lyle. 56 
Johnson. Walter Demar. 202. 252 
Johnson. Wayne King. Jr., 1 19 
Johnston, Calvin R, 
Johnston, Everett T., 202 
Johnston, .John Curtis. 202, 350 
John.ston. Lewis Z . 202, 334, 370 



424 



Johnston. Lynn Emery, 202 

Johnston, Robert Alexander 

Johnston, Robert Olin. 119. 341 

Joldersma, Carol Suzanne 

Jolliffe. Richard Eerie. 119. 296, 335 

Jolly. Antoinette. 181 

Jolly, Robert Charles, 202. 270. 283, 292, 

338 
Jones, Bruce Alan, 159 
Jones, Colgate Woodward. 1 19 
Jones, Elizabeth Anne. 181 
Jones. Ellen Jane, 181. 202 
Jones, Frances Evelyn. 202, 250, 328 
Jones. George Herman. 218, 349 
Jones, Gilbert C. 
Jones. Janice Ellen, 119. 329 
Jones. Jere James 
Jones, Joanne GrifTith 
Jones. Judith Diane. 181 
Jones. Margaret Anne 
Jones. Michael T. 

Jones. Peter Jackson, 202. 336, 387 
Jones, Thomas Wamer, 202, 387 
Jones, Walter Perron, 181. 355 
Jones, Wayne Kermit, 119 
Jones. William Henrv-. 202. 350 
Jordan. David Richard. 202 
Jordan. Edward S , Jr. 
Jordan. Kathryn Lee, 159, 322 
Jordan. Leslie Temple. 373. 387 
Jordan. Linda Lee, 181, 301, 322. 323 
Jordan. Margaret Myers. 159 
Jordan. Nancy Marie. 159 
Jordan. William Thomas. 119, 282 
Joyce, Dreama Leigh, 120, 320 
Joyce, John Michael 
Joyce, Robert Lee 
Joyce, Charles Decou, III. 202 
JoN-ner. Chandler H.. 120 
Judy. Helen Louise 
Jullien, James Page, 120, 341 



K 



Kaay. John M.. 397 

Kahan, Alan Irvin, 202. 300. 348 

Kahl. Dean Elizabeth. 120. 240. 252. 322 

Kahle. Robert W.. 286 

Kahn. Howard Donald. 120. 343 

Kahn. Robert Palmer, 245 

Kalbfell. .John Joseph, 181. 334 

Kalen, Linda Sue. 56. 159. 315 

Kalk. Patrick .Joseph, 181. 347 

Kallenbach, W. William. 100. .353 

Kane. Francis Richard 

Kane. James Michael. 120. 232. 276, 280, 

296, 335 
Kaplan, Robert Richard. 1.59. .345 
Kapur. Veena. 286 
Karaus. Dene Frank 

Kardis. Sherry Andra. 181. 233. 253, 329 
Karelitz. Richard Alan. 202. 300 
Karty. Fred. 267 
Kastner. Kerrj- Ehinn. 159. 296 
Katz. Alan Gerald. 202 
Kauffmann. .James F,. 202 
Kaufman. Rochelle V . 159. 320 
Kavanaugh, Timothy S.. 202 
Keagy. Roger Lowell. 181 
Kearney. Kathleen Lynn, 56. 181. 229. 233. 

324 
Keating, Anne Elizabeth, 120. 292 
Keating, Bernard K 
Keator. Margaret Whitley. 120 
Keator. Philip John 296 
Keech. Ray E . 370 
Keeling. Katherine H . 120 
Keillor. Elizabeth R . 181, 290 
Keister, Lillian Maroin. 120. 302 
Keiter. .)ohn Waverly. 150. 159. 223, 224. 

225. 227. 230, 2.36, .351 
Kellam, Harold B , Jr 
Kellenberger, Douglas F.. 181, 335 
Keller. Alpheus E . 202. 348 
Kcllett. Gordon .Neil. 120. 232, 347 
Kelley, John Hadden 
Kelley, Joseph H. 
Kelly, Leroy Peter 
Kelly, Rol»?rt Francis, 159. 335 
Kelly. Terrence Matthew, 181 
Kelly, William I^ne 
Kemper, James D., 294 
Kennedy, Ann Carolyn 
Kennedy, Gary A , 370 
Kennedy, David Caldwell, 120 



Kennedy. Robert Senior. 181. 396 

Kenney. Jeremiah .Joseph. 397 

Kenney. Robert F.. Jr . 181. 349 

Kent. Charles Eric. 218. 244. 294 

Kent. Harry Mason. 181. 353. 379. 380 

Kephart. Ronald F.. 120. 295 

Keppel. Kenneth George. 202. 306 

Kerns, Virginia Baker, 181, 324 

Kems, Virginia Rogers, 120, 320 

Kerr, Catherine Yancey, 121, 318 

Kerr, James Bruce. 121 

Kerr. Kathleen. 202 

Kestenbaum. Thelda Mae. 159. 282. 286 

Keyes. Laura Catherine. 202, 301 

Kibler, Jeffrey Wayne, 202 

Kidd, Mary Elizabeth, 159 

Kieffer, Margaret Dale, 121 

Kiefier, Robert Edward, 283 

Kielman. George Adam, 202 

Kilgore, Ashby Caroline 

Kilgore, Dorothy Jean, 159, 323 

Killinger, Charles L 

Kilmartin, Tanith, 159 

Kincaid, Kathleen Hill, 121, 271, 324 

Kindley, Catherine Ann, 181 

Kines, Cheryl Lucille. 121 

King. Adrian Paul. 202. 348. 384 

King. Barbara .Anne. 321 

King, Dan Gaither 

King, John Charles, 121, 232, 351 

King, Kamla Jean, 121, 240, 301 

King. Karen Lee. 202 

King. Kenneth A.. 202 

King. Linda Louise. 121. 320 

King. Marsha Ann. 121, 317 

King, Nancy Louise 

King, Peter Eisenhower, 121, 347 

Kingery, Lynn Stuart, 121, 235, 259, 291 

Kinnaird. Lucy Scott. 90. 121. 227. 229. 237. 

317 
Kintner. Susan Brooks 
Kintsfather, David P.. Jr.. 260 
Kipps. Robert Lee, 202 
KirkJey, Joan Marie 159, 255, 295 
Kirkpatrick, Richard W , 159, 337 
Kirkup, Alice Kay, 202. 314 
Kirssm, India Shotwell. 167, 317 
Kirssin, .Jeffrey Lee. 122. 276. 282, 345 
Kishbauch, Kathryn Jane, 159, 329 
Kitchin, -Janis H 
Kilchin, William H- 
Klein, Edward -John, 181. 339. 374 
Klein. Frederick A . 334. 396. 397 
Weinberg. Albert H. 
Klemkowskl. Virginia A.. 202. 290. 316 
Klima. Rodney .John. 173. 181. 224. 225. 

355 
Klimczak. Matthew W'. 
Kline, John M., Ill, 159 
Kline, Phyllis Ann, 159, 282 
Kling, .John Nicholas. 202 
Kling. Wiley Benning. Jr . 181, 232, 347 
Klou, Kathleen Lynne, 202, 312 
Knapp, Carol Mary 
Knaupp, Robert Woodrow, 349 
Knemeyer, Linda Jane. 56. 202. 316 
Knight. Carol Ann. 159. 289. 322 
Knight. Mattie 
Knight. Richard Erme. 159. 224. 230. 232. 

•289, .391 
Knoll, Stephen Gibson, 202 
Knopf, Susan Reid, 122, 318 
Knott, Judy Lane, 159, 313 
Knowlton, Warren D,, 122, 277, 349 
Knox, Esther Louise 
Knudsen, James C, 230 
Koch, Urry W , 122, 337 
Koch, .Marilyn Louise. 182. 289. 324 
Koehler. Carolyn Jean. 159. 307. 326 
Kohler. James Andrew. 202 
Kohlhagen. David Alan. 202. 355 
Kohlhagen. Steven W . 159 
Kojcsich. John Joseph. 277 
Kokolski. George M . Jr.. 122. 337 
Koman. Anne Miles. 202 
Kominski. Carol Horvat 
Koons. Joseph Robert. 122. 296. .331. 355 
Koms. Richard E . 122. 349. .362 
Kortc. Don Walker. Jr . 159. 241. 351 
Korty. Fredenck W . 159. 241. 247, 302 
KossofT. Mirinda Jean, 182 
Kramer, Charlene, 182, 233, 329 
Krempasky, Richard W , 182 
Kriete, Margaret Chewning 
Kron, Marilyn May, 159. 261. 320 



Krone. Camille Holmes. 122 
Krone. Judith Lee. '286. 295. 305 
Krug. Robyn Irene. 202. 319. 386 
Kruse. Thomas Murtagh. 203 
Krutz, Charles Henry. '203. 252. 296 
Kuhn. .Margaret N . 122. 322 
Kuiken. Garry Henry. 203 
Kulesz. James John. 203. 397 
Kulp. Kenneth Robert. 182. 282. 355 
Kurtin, Jonathan Seth 
Kurtz. Sharon Virginia 
Kushins. Lawrence G . 122. 300 
Kymmell. Anne Willem. 203 



Labcll. Gregory Lance. 160. 286 

Labonte. Laura Ann. 328 

LaCroix. .Mark Gannon. 203. 224 

Lacy. Linda Elizabeth. 160. 270. 324 

Lafalce. Thomas Joseph. 332. 370 

Laikind. Kent .-Mexander. 203, 279 

Laing. Nancy Holloway. 160 

Laird. -Nancy Kay. 122 

Lamb. David Louis. 203 

Lamb. Suzanne. 291 

Lambey. David Owen. 204. 350 

Lamm, Brian David, 160, 339 

Lamm. Mildred Corbett 

Lamson. Robert Wade 

Lancashire. Stephen. 160. 337 

Lance. Valentine 

Lanciano. Sherry L,. 160 

Landes. John L . 204 

Landis. Maureen Lucille 

Lane, Denis Kennedy, Jr , 160, 230 

Lange, Bruce Randolph 

Langhorst, Gail Ann 

Langhorst. Scott Alan, 122, 276, 289, 343 

Lanier, James .Alfred 

Lankford, Paul Gandy, 160, 230, 281, 301 

Lantz, Helen .Joyce, 123, 287, 297 

Lanzer, Barbara G . 204 

Larmore, David W . 123. 279. 347 

Larson. Karin Lou. 160. 233. 313 

Larson. Stephen Richard. 123. 232. 343 

Latimer. Diane Dooley 

Latimer. George C, 160 

Lato, Edward Matthew 

Latsios. Terre C . 123. 315 

Lattu, Allison White. 291 

Lattu, Peter Hodgkin. 285 

Lauter. Robert William. 160. 344 

Lautrup. Diane Helen. 204 

Lavin. Michael Terrence 

Lawall. Carol Ann. 204. 307. 328 

Lawhorne. Carolyn F . 160. 315 

Lawler. Adrian Russell 

Lawrence. James M.. Jr.. 160 

LawTence. Wyatt E . 204 

Laws. Rebecca Ann. 204 

Lawson. Richard Cooper. 160. 232. 253. 296. 

351 
Laycock. Jimmye M . 182, 334. 335. 362 
Laycock. John Nunnally. 204 
Layne. Christopher Cr . 204. 344 
Lazarus. Jeremy .Myles. 204. 224, 275, 342 
Leamer. Diana M.ie. 204. 301 
Lease. Roger Arnold 
Leback. Warren Thomas. 204 
Ledbetler. Jane Ann. 182. 233. 252. 257. 

287, 322. 360 
Lee, Barbara Ann, 182, 289, 318 
Lee. George Robert 
Lee. James Roger. 182. 279 
Lee. Ronald Edwin. 160. 349 
Leech. Martha Virgina. 123 
Leech. Robert Edwin 
I,egerton, Winifred R , 204. 252. 307 
Legg. Susan Kay. 123 
Legner. Gar.' Edward. 245 
I^egro. Edward Calvin 
Lehigh. John Milton. 160 
Leimer. Paul Frederick. 12.3 
Lei.sentritt. .Madeline Louise 
Lemon. David L., 204 
Lemon. Julia Rebecca. 204 
Leobold. Charles F . 204. 338 
Leonard. Melanie R . 160. 313 
Leonard. Sarah Butler 
Leonard. Sharon Lynn. 182 
Leonard. Thomas Maurice 
Leone. Vincent Dennis. 204, 350, 394 
Lcprell, James Jay, 182. 343 
Lereche, Margaret Ann, 204 



Lerohl, John Kenneth, 204, 387 

Lester, Marianne, 182, 233. 315 

Letcher. Robert Lee 

Letchworth. Diane M . 123. 329 

Letham. Glenn. 123. 347 

Levy. David Lawrence. 204 

Lewicki. Rodney Davis, 348. 370 

Lewis. Da\id Norman. 204 

Lewis. George R , 204, 3.32 

Lewis. Joseph Mark 

Lewis, Robert Banks;. 182. 351 

Lewis. Virginia Gail. 182. 317 

Lewis, Wanda Elizabeth. 160 

Liddle. Scott Randall. 182. 337 

Lieb. Bernard .loseph 

Lien. John Phillip 

Light. Terry Bamum 

Lillard. Gayle Hamilton. 204 

Lilly. Lawrence P . 204. 261 

Lillywhite. Donald. 123. 333 

Lindler. Albert Walton. 182 

Lindsay. ClifTord Fry 

Lindsey. Bryant Astor 

Lineweaver. David Ross. 204 

Linkous. Stephen P. 

Linn. Chris Scott 

Linn. Pamela Sue 

Lipsey. Christopher. 160. 281 

Lischer. James F.. Jr.. 182. 286. 289. 297. 

347 
Littell. Robert Walter. 205 
Littlefield. Patricia G.. 123. 324 
Littlejohn. Albert C . Jr . 160. 251. 260 
Livingstone. Neil C , ID. 123. 353 
Lock. William Joseph. 123. 283 
Lockard. Thomas Wayne 
Lodge. Thomas Scott, 205 
Loeffler. .John Vincent, 296 
Loetterle. Lynn Elle. 123. 322 
Loetterle. Susan Mary 
Loftfield. Thomas C . 123 
Lohr. Steven Randolph. 205 
Lohwasser. Susan Gay. 182. 256 
Loizzi, Michele. 124. 235. 291. 391 
Lomax. Alvin Clinton 
Lomvardias. Caroline W. 
Lonce. Donna Worsham 
Londergan. Kathleen. 205. 257. 305 
Long. Bruce Barber. 160. 281 
Long. Nancy Oneil. 160. 240 
Long. Raymond Bruce 
Long. WUIiam Ivey. U. 160. 224. 283 
Longacre. Robert F.. Jr. 
Longerbeam. Dianne R. 
Lookabill. Royce G . 160. 261 
Lorenzo. Ralph Louis. Jr. 
Loring. Murray. 245 
Lotz. Lynda Lou. 182, 224. 229. 255. 290. 

318 
Lotz, William John, 205 
Loud. Ann. 124. 240 
Louis. Suzanne. 205. 252 
Louise. Arthur Rober. 124. 333 
Ixivelace. Susan Lee. 205 
Lovell. Mary Woodward. 205 
Lowe. James Madison. 125. 243. 275 
Lowe. Lexine Davis. 205. 324 
Lowe. William Curtis. 160. 285. 347 
Lowman. Robert .Anthony. 218. 245 
Lowry. Edwin Hobson. Jr. 
Lowr> . Henry Carter. 205. 354 
LowTy. John Charles. 160 
Loyd. Eleanor Juanita. 124 
Lubeley. Michael David. 160. 232. 296. 331. 

3<il 
Lucas. Charles W,. Jr. 
Lucas, Diane Elizabeth. 56. 160. 243. 320 
Lucas. George R.. 205 
Lucas. John Robert. 160 
Lucas. Kathy Margaret. 302 
Lucas, William. 301 
Luocketti. Nicholas M . 205 
Luckey. Diane. 160. 247. 317 
Lucy. Jon Allen 
Ludford. Geoffrey W . 182. 349 
Luebke. William Clayton. 124. 292 
Lukkarila. Sandra Lee. 124. 289. 306 
Lukkarila. Suzanne C. 124. 289. .302 
Lund. Jeffrey Thor. .362. 367 
Lundquist. Nancy Claire. 205. 275. 316 
Limsford. Richard Early. 124 
Luther. Kenneth Marshal 
Luzader. Alice Cecilia, 124, 302 
Luzins, Juris, 372, 387 
Lyddan, Melissa Pat, 205 



425 



Lyden. Robert 'Jumes, 205 
Lynch. Diane Christine, 124. 287 
Lynch. James Brian 
Lynch. Maurice Patrick 
Lynch. Michael A.. 205, 348. 384 
L>'nn, John Hubert 
Lynn, Kathleen Riley 
Lyon. David Allen. IV. 160 
Lyons. Anne. 124. 315 

M 

Mabn,-, Barbara C . MS 

MafCarthy, Roger Kevin 

Maclntyre. Mary Susan, 182, 233, 315 

Mackey. Sara Lee, 160 

MacKieman, Gail B. 

MacLcan. William Gordon, 160, 282, 353 

MacNaniee, Richard W, 

MacNemar. Dunbar Lyles, 182. 339 

Madden. Michael Paul, 124, 333, 362, 364, 

369 
.Madl«)n. Alan Wayne. 160 
Maeder, Susanne Ruth, 160 
Magee. Ronald Lambert 
Maglio, Harold John 
Maguigan. Tmiolhy S . 20.'). 230, 344 
Mahnic. Robert Francis. 364 
Mahru. Edda .loan. 124, 313 
Maier, Stephen Herbert 
Maiers, Sharon. 205. 286 
Mainwanng. Richard EK. 125. 261. 286. 

292 
Mjyette. David Leslie. 125 
Majka. Theophile Joseph, 160, 343 
Majors. Stanley Eugene, 182, 297 
Makowiecki, Donald S. 
Mallorj, Laurence B , 205, 342 
Mallory, Susan Anne. 160. 231, 305. 317. 

330 
Mallus, Alexandra, 182, 286. 318 
Maloney. Jane Frances. 182 
Manack. Christopher LR 
Mann. JetTrey Moran. 205, 332. 370 
Mann, Nell Coleman 
Mann. Susie. 125 
Manna. Ralph Eugene. 205 
Mannmg. Charles Nelms. 205. 340 
Manny. Robert F 
Manor. Melvin Gale. Jr.. 391 
.Mapp, Mary Lucie. 160, 313 
Mapp. Nancy Louise, 160 
Marcopulos. Donald P-, 205, 344 
Marcus. Lynne 
Marden, Robert, 261 
Marks. Alvin B.. 218, 245 
Markwith, Merle Grace, 90, 125, 235, 237. 

242. 318 
Marlin. Karen Alane. 125 
Marsella, Jane Ann, 125, 289 
Marsh. George Alex 
Marsh. Harold N.. 340 
Marsh, Linda Ruth, 161, 315 
Marshall. Anne GrifTin 
Marshall. Beverley W,, 161 
Marshall, Charles Thomas 
Marshall, David Barhydl, 205 
Marshall, Glenn Allen. 182. 282. 347 
Marshall. Janet Elaine. 161, 257. .322 
Marshall, -Joyce Adele 
Martin, Arthur R . Jr.. 161 
Martin. Dennis -Joseph, 205 
Martin. Edward Allen, 161. 247 
Martin. Margaret ST., 205 
Marlin, Pamela 

Martin. Patricia Alice, 286. 289 
Martin. Peter, 286 
Martin, William Henry, 205 
Marvin, Everett D.. III. 161, 224, 277. 343 
Mason, ('laire Louise. 161. 320 
Mason, Jane Carolyn, 205 
Mason. Judson Philip. ,392 
Mason, Maryanne, 182, 324 
Mason, Robert Arx:her, 125. 353 
Massey, Marilyn Joan, 125, 289, 295. .304 
Massey, Nona E., 206 
Massey, Thomas Jerome. 161, 275, 283 
Massie, Barbara R- 

Masters, .Joseph Jerome, 125, 277, 333 
Masters. Mary Elizabeth. 161, 317 
Mastin. .lane Bryan. 161 
Malhe. Robert E 
Mathie, James K. 
Mathis, Gayle Lynn 
Mathis, Gerald Edward, 125, 161. 349 



Matish. .John, 161, 349 

MaUson, William Lee, 206, 350 

Mauck, Ellen Douglas 

Maurcr. Keith William, 125, 277, 288, 337, 

396. 397 
Mausteller, Eugenia R. 
Maxfield. Russell A. 
May, Elizabeth Ann, 125 
May. James Terrell, III, 161. 353 
Mayer, Billie Jo 
Mayes, Joseph Ray, 187, 347 
Maynard, Ronald C. 
Maynor. Arthur C. 
Mayo. Ruth Burbank, 125. 242 
Mays. Harriet Elizabeth. 206. 312 
Mays. Sarah D.. 206, 328 
McAfee, Cheryl Archer, 125, 320 
McAllister. William D.. 206, 279 
McArthur, John Mark. 206 
McCabe. Melanie Ann. 206 
McCallum, Shirley A 
McCarroil. Robert Stacy. 161 
Mc('auley. Jo Lynn, 125, 224 
McClammy, Barbara Jean, 126, ,301 
McClecrey. Timothy J.. 206, 346 
McClurkin. Meltah Lee 
McColpin. Heckl .Jo. 126. 318. 360 
McCorinell. Dennis David, 230 
McConnell. William F. 
McCoy, Barbara Ellen, 126 
McCoy, Catherine F., 126, 305 
McCoy. Larry Todd. 126 
McDonald. Thomas Joseph, 206, 255. 305 
McDufTie. James Henry. 182. 372. 387 
McEachran. -John Douglas 
McEvoy. Scott Bonzer. 206. 374 
McFadden. Michael Greer, 126. 355 
McGaughy. Tim Whittu. 126, 284, 343 
McGehee, Judith .\nn, 126. 231 
McGehec, Lesley H., 206. 270, 316 
Mc<;lothlin. Donald A,, Jr., 182, 279, .355 
McGot>dwin, Kate Bryan 
McGowan. Susan Jean, 206, 314 
McGraime. Douglas M.. 126 
McGuire. Gay Elizabeth. 206 
McGuire. Martha H.. 161. 286, 324 
Mclndoe. Linda Mae. 161, 324 
McKain. Rodger Williams. 126, 351 
McKann. Randolph Smith. 206 
McKay. Teresa Lynn 

McKelway. Benjamin M.. 206. 255. 296. 297 
McKenzie. Mary Bruce, 206. 224. 252. 316 
McKinnon. Bill Hull. 362, 364 
McKittrick, Richard, 90. 127, 223. 227. 236. 

249, 254, 277, 280, 337 
McLaughlin, Robert E., Jr., 161, 333, 362 
McLean, Robert Blanton, 206 
McLellon, Janet W., 182. 313 
McLemore. James L., 219, 294 
McLennan, Scott C, 334, 379, 380, 382, 383, 

387 
McLeod. Nora Lynn. 161. 318. .360. .386 
McMahon, Janet Elaine 
McManus. Beverly Ann 
McMaster. Leonard R. 
McMillan. John Edward 
McNeill. Sandra Wells. 127. 290. 329 
McPherson. John Charles, 161 
McPherson, Timothy C. 161. 337 
McTighe. James Joseph. 206, 350, 396, 397 
Meador, Joyce Winifred 
Medinger, .John Lindn. Jr. 
Medlin. -John Davis. 127. 335 
Medvin, Joel Daniel, 182 
Meeteer, Wesley Robert. 348 
Megginson. Cynthia Jean 
Mehring. Walter Henry. 162. 293. .391 
Mekhor. .James Rogers 
Mein, Samuel H. 

Menaker, LawTence James. 206. 346 
Mengebier. Clelia M.. 162. 247 
Mense. Michael Andrew. 206. 230 
Mcmck. William G.. 206. 336 
Memtt, Margaret Anne, 286, 320 
Mesnick, Gary .Jeffrey 
Metz. Cindy Lee. .56. 127. 326 
Meyer, Carol Lee. 162. 313, 360 
Meyer. Margaret Kathryn. 206. 323 
Meyer. Patricia Sue 
Meyerson. Robert Benard. 127. 260. 277. 

351 
Meyerson. Stuart James. 206. 350. 374 
Michael. Dianna Lynn 
Michael. Howell Houston. 307, 372, 373, 

:J87, ;i89 



Michael, Jean Ellen, 127, 246, 322 

Michalec, Eugene Travis, 206, 344 

Mick, Rolierta, 162, 313 

Middaugh, -lack Kendall, 206 

MidkilT, Charles F. 

Miessler, Kendra Jean 

Miles, David S 

Miles. Jerilyn Ann, 182 

Milham. Jeffrey Alan, 127 

Millard. Michael K,. 182. 279, 353 

Miller, Ann Sheldon, 162, 324 

Miller, Arthur S.. III. 162. 351 

Miller. Carol Lynn, 162 

Miller, Constiince .M 

Miller, Diane Lee. 182. 313 

Miller, Dons .lean 

Miller, George Hollis 

Miller, (ieorge Waldo, 206 

Miller. Gregory M., 182. 351, 392 

Miller, Irvin Milton 

Miller, James F,, III, 182, 339, 397 

Miller, .James Robert. 206, 332 

Miller, Jean Salin, 206, 316 

Miller. Mary Louise, 127, 315 

Miller. Mary Suzanne. 127, 326 

Miller. Richard William. 162, 241, 341 

Miller. Roljert F,, 162 

Miller, Roy Neal 

Miller, Stephen Couch, 348, 370 

Miller, Sue Fletcher, 162, 240. 284. 322 

Miller, Susan Averill 

Miller. Suzanne Lee. 127. 235, 242, 289. 

307. 322 
Miller. Suzanne Mancill. 162. 282, 302, 322 
Miller. Thomas Irvin. 162. 253. 281, 298 
Miller. Virginia Ann. 206. 312 
Miller. William F . 128. 277. 339 
Millette. Leroy Francis, 206 
Millican, Glenn T., Jr., 128, .3.39 
Millikan. Kent Bradford, 244, 298 
Milling, Bert W., -Jr., 128, 277, 335 
Milliren, Patricia Ann, 90, 128, 231, 237, 
282 

Mills, Danny Reed. 230 

Milner. Sigrid Payne 

Mims. Diane Shirley. 128. 289. 315 

Mims. Mary Catherine. 206 

Minor. Marian Thomas 

Minton. Evelin 

Minton. Julia Gave. 128 

Mitchell. Claire. 286 

Mitchell, Frances E., 182, 238, 243. 320 

Mitchell. .Jacqueline S., 162, 286, 322 

Mitchell, Judith Carter 

Mitchell, Robin Thomas, 206. 279 

Mitchell. Stephen Harrison. 206 

Mitchell. Thomas Joel. 182 

Mitts. Gordon Murray, 206. 397 

Moberg. Alice Diana, 128, 235, 295, 297, 
304, 326 

Moffitt. Cordon .John, 206 

Moffitt. Susan E., 163, 295 

Mohler, Carolyn Gene 

Mohs. Richard Charles 

Mollen. Edward Leigh 

Molloy, William T 

Molnar, Mary Northcott. 128 

Monacell. Louis R.. 206. 354 

Monahan. Michael -Joseph, 163 

Monahan, Patricia Ann 

Moncol. Susan Ann. 289 

Moncure, Frank Daniel 

Monie. Robert George 

Monk, Mary Josephine. 83. 238. 317 

Monroe. Alexander G. 

Montague. Dorothy L . 206. 255, 292, 327 

Montgomery. Paul M. 

Montgomery. William H 

Moore. Anne Houghton. 183. 329 

Moore. Darryl F , 206. 340 

Moore. Donald Wa>-ne. 163. 339 

Mfiore. Elizjibeth Eaton 

Moore. John Noell. 163 

Moore, Kenneth Wayne 

Moore, Linda Jane. 206 

Moore. Michael Brown, 163 

Moore. Richard Edward, 183, 338 

Moore. Stephen Fenner. 207, 348 

Moore, Susan Jeannette, 163, 313 

Moore, William H. 

Moorehead. Harold, III. 207, 296. 336. 372, 
387 

Morden. Mary Louise, 163, 282, 329 

Morden. Robert Seale. 207. 340 

Morecock. John Albert. 207. 340 



Morello. John Thomas, 183, 207, 243, 275 

Morgan, John, 354 

Morgan, Ixiuise Dabney 

Morgan, Marcella Anne, 207, 254, 297, 328 

Morgan, Thomas Elder. 163. 320 

Moriarty, Barbara Wayne, 163, 320 

Morley, Paul M., 218, 245 

Moms. Albert W.. 163 

Moms. Alethia A.. 163. 324 

Morris, Ann GreUhen. 183. 313 

Morris. .John Franklin, 298 

Morris, Jon Willard 

Morris, Joyce Gayle, 207, 314 

Morris, Kenneth Ray 

Morris, Mary Cassandra, 163 

Morris, Peggy Anne, 207, 301 

Morris, Richard E., 183, 337, 396 

Moms, Rul>erl Franklin, 163, 351, 391 

Morris, Ruth Whitehead 

Morris. Suzanne, 301 

Morris. William Dwight. 163 

Morris. William H.. Jr 

Momscy. Susan. 128. 246. 254, 324 

Morrison. Brian Arthur 

Morrison. Jeannine Dorothy 

Morrison. Sandra Gay. 128. 322 

Morsch. Nora Ann. 90. 128. 224, 317, 330 

Morse, Gordon C, 261 

Morss, Mark Franklin 

Morton, Frank MacDonald, 245 

Morton, Terry Alan, 163. 333. 362. 365 

Mo.seley. Elizabeth Hart. 183. 320 

Moses. John Shuster, 183, 353 

Motley. Hughes Leroy. 128 

Mowen. John Calvin, III. 163, 276, 289, 343 

Mueller, .John Malcolm, 128, 235, 347 

Mueller, Richard Dale, 128, 276, 277, 280, 

333, 374, 375 
Mulcahy, Veronica .Jo. 128, 246, 307, 326 
Mull, Alice Wright 

Mumpower. Jerjl Lynn. 207. 230. 338 
Munsey. W'liliam R.. 207 
Munster, Charlotte N.. 183. 326 
Murphy. Barbara C. 
Murphy. Brian D.. 230. 397 
Murphy. Gardner Wayne. 207. 230 
Murphy, Lynda Ann, 183, 253, 329 
Murray. Allan Dale. 163. 228, 276, 351 
Murray. Dwight W., 163 
Mustain. William Deuel. 207. 340 
Myers, Jane Eileen, 129, 289 

N 

Nachman, Henry Dudley, 163, 279, 343 

Nadel, Leslie Donna, 183, 300, 329 

Nance, George Lawxence, 163, 231, 331, 339 

Nance, Gerald N., 163, 288, 339 

Nangle. Richard E.. 183. 287. 372. 387 

Natal. James Ralph. 183. .353 

Nauman. Judy Grace. 207 

Nay. Robert Frederick, 344 

Neate, Marilyn Kay 

Neblett. Ronald. 163. 349 

Necsary. Judith Ann. 163 

Neeley. Kenneth Robert. 207 

Neff, Jane Leitch, 233 

Neff. Rebecca Lynn. 207. 328 

Nelms. Ann Scott. 56. 63. 163. 231, 315 

Nelson, Anne Carter. 129 

Nelson. Carl Lawxence. 183. 337 

Nelson, Douglas R., 207, 297 

Nelson, Michael Charles, 342 

Nelson, Sheila Diane, 183 

Nesley, Diane P., 183 

Nesley, Kenneth, 306 

Nes.sler. Craig Lee 

Nethken. Eleanor Ann. 129 

NeUley. Katheen Susan. 183. 271. 291, 296 

Newcomer, Judy Anne. 207. 324 

Newell, Kiibert Yates, FV, 183. 345 

Newman, Gary George. 183. 228. 335 

Newman. George Samuel 

Newman. James Austin. 163. 232. 335 

Newman. Mary Ellen H.. 164. 247. 267, 323 

New.som. James Woodward. 183. 224, 295 

Newsome. Betty Bruce. 322 

New.sonie. Robert B . 129. 207 

Newton. Edward C Jr . 294 

Newton, William Judson 

Nicholas, John Richards 

Nicholls, Michael Lee 

Nichol.son, Carol Margaret 

Nicholsim, Dee Ann, 207. 307. 287 

Nicholson, ,John Y., II 



426 



Nicholson. William S., 207 

NIckerson, Peter R.. 129 

Nicolaisen. John Hanson, 207, 384 

Nielsen. Christine M 

Niles. Bruce Arthur. 207. 354. 374. 375 

Niles. Thomas Russell 

Ninmger. Jenny E.. 164 

Nittoli. Virgmia Anne, 183, 290, 329 

Nix, .James Henry. 207. 252. 350 

Noden, Patricia Ann, 129 

Nold. Barbara Louise, 129, 322 

Norako, Vincent W., 207, 372 

Norman, .John L,, Jr , 129, 232 

North, Robert Walter, 207, 230, 287, 397 

Norton, Sandra R,, 129, 315 

Nuckols, Michael Aubrey, 164, 261, 347 

Nuckols, Sandra Kaye 

Nugent, John C, 387 

Nugent, Thomas Patrick. 164 

Nylander. Karen E,, 129, 317 



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Oakes, Martin James, 208, 293 
Oakley. Robert D 
Dates, Nancy Christine. 130, 284 
Obenchain, Jeanne Alice, 130. 240, 246, 322 
O'Boyle, Mary Anne 
O'Brien, James Joseph, 208, 230, 354 
O'Brien, Michael James 
O'Bryan, Vincent Neal, 164, 281 
O'Callaghan. Cynthia A., 208, 297, 324 
O'Connor, Francis A,. 130 
O'Connor, Richard Allen, 289, 347 
O'Dell, Jane Babcock. '208, 319, 330 
O'Dell, Thomas William. 183. 333, 362 
Odland, Judith Clair, 164, 290 
O'Donnell, Geraldine 
Oetjen, Karen Anne, 130, 317 
O'Flaherty, Ian Michael, 238, '280, 279 
O'Flaherty, Kathleen L , 130. 183. 376 
O'Grady, Judith Kathleen, 56, 130, 247, 318 
Oldfield, George S,, Jr., 130, 276, 280, 343 
Oliver, Bruce Anthony, 90, 93, 130, 224, 

225, 236, 232, 254, 305 
Olney, Donna Jo, 208, 314 
Olney, John Edward 
Olsen, Christopher John, 208, 354 
Olsen, Richard John, 130, 305, 362 
Onderdonk, James C, 164, 349 
O'Neil. Richard Alan, 164, 351 
Orgel, David Selman, 183, 232. 335 
Orgon, Edward A, 
Orlick, Terrance D., 391, 396 
Omck, Betty Dandridge 
Orsen, Richard, 387 
Orwig, Carol Jane 
Osborne. Kermit James, 130, 355 
Ostergard, Deborah, 183, 318 
Ostrow, William .JefTrey, 131, 258 
OToole, Terrence Joe, 131, 349 
Outten, Margaret West 
Overstreet, Jane Carol, 208 
Overstreet, Thomas K. 
Ovide. Christopher R 
Owen. Marilyn Jean. 164 
Owens. Kathleen Joyce. 208 
Owens, Laura Lee, 184 
Owens, Richard Hamilton, 131, 224, 232, 

241, 2,V2 
Ozimek. Richard Anthony, 184, 334 



P.adgett, Carey J., 164, 340 

Page, Branch, 184, '238, 317 

Page, David Winslow, 184 

Page, Francisca C. 

Pagels. Matthew T., 208, 374, 394 

Painter, John Hoyt 

Paisley, Diane Louise, 208 

Pakcnham. Mark H,, 348, 370 

Palmer, Catherine P . 184. 315 

Palmer, Margaret Ann, 131, 242 

Palmer, ,Sally Jane 

Panneton. Roland Leo. 379. 380. ,382. 383 

Pannil, Mary Greyaon, 208, 292, 314 

Parish, Anne Kathleen, 184 

Parker, Andrew David, Jr., 245, 294 

Parker, David Michael, 164, 341 

Parker, James Hcxlges, Jr.. 183, 243, 275. 

337 
Parker, Ixmnie Lamar. '20H. 354. 392. ,393 
Parker, Neal Howard 
Parker. Richard Heath 



Parker, Robert S , 219, 298 

Parle. William Michael 

Pamham. Thomas Arthur 

Parrish, Elizabeth L- 

Paschall, Philip D , 131, 232, 243, 335 

Passage, .Margaret Alice, 324 

Paster, Marc Lee, 391 

Pastore, Mary M., 164, 313 

Pate, Barbara Warren, 184, 315, 330 

Pate. Virginia Kennon. 131. 224. 315 

Patrick, Sue Ann, 208 

Patterson. Dallas M., 245 

Patterson, James Hill, 208, 397 

Patterson, Linda Lee, 208, 321 

Patterson, Shannon Kay, 131 

Patterson, Susan Paige, 184, 317 

Patteson, James C. 

Paulson, Frances A,, 164 

Paulus, Geordie Louise, 235, 284 

Pavlik, Paul Alan 

Paxton, Ronald C, 208 

Payne, Claudine, 208, 252 

Payne, Ronald Francis, "208 

Peabody, Malbume J,, 208 

Peacock, Daniel Braisted, 131, 287 

Pearce, Suzanne Pettlt, 62, 90, 131, 223, 

227, 228, 229, 324 
Pearlman, Saul Ralph. 294 
Peam. Carol Elizabeth, 131, 244, 295, 318 
Pearson, Randy Lee. 184. 324 
Peat, Stephanie Jean, 208, 312 
Peca, Beatrice Ann, 131, 259, 305, 324 
Peebles. Paul Manning 
Peeler, Frederick W. 
Peen,-, Carolyn, 131. 290. 3'24 
Pence. Gregory E.. 184. 327 
Pendleton. Juliana. 131. 243. 306 
Penn, Robert Hubard, 131 
Pepper, Susan Lennox, 131 
Perdue, Nannie Holland, 184, 324 
Perillo, Peter Allen 

Perkey, Mary Evelyn. 132 

Perkins. Collen Kappes. 164. 291 

Perkinson. Jean Marie. 164 

Perlman, W, Edward 

Pemice. Janet Lynn, 132 

Pen-in, Sheilah Kathleen 

Perry, Daniel Jo.seph, 184, 232, 255. 283 

Perry. Thomas L , 208 

Peterka, John Lauritz, 208, 350 

Peters, Donna Sibley 

Peters, Katherine Y., 132, 235, 242, 287 

Peters, Mary Beverley, 208 

Peters, Nancy Rebecca 

Peters, Victoria Ann, 208 

Peterson. Holly Ann, 164 

Peterson, John Morrill 

Peterson, Lawrence A. 

Peterson, Torsten E., Jr., 184, 341 

Petrillo. Rosalie Gail, 132, 318 

Petro, Joseph Baran, 164, 345 

Pettey, Drucilla Anne, 208 

Petty, William Glenn, 208, 340 

Peverell, Raymond E , 184, 351 

Peyronnet. Carolyn Lee, 164, 243. 326 

Pfingsten. Peggy Wood 

Phelps. John Franklin, '208 

Phenneger, Milton C-, Jr 

Philips, Henry H., Ill, 164, 282. 339 

Phillips. Allene Claire 

Phillips. Carson Renee, 164. 267 

Phillips, Cyrus E. IV. '245 

Phillips, Dora Kay, '208 

Phillips, Ellen A., 132, 240, 284, 326 

Phillips, Kathleen Ixiuisc 

Phillips, Kenneth A. 

Phillips, Linda Lea, 164. '254 

Phillips. Ronald W , 132, 1B4, 282, 286, 292 

Phillip.s, Ronald Wagner, ,351 

Piczak, Kan .lean, 132 

Pierce, Elizabeth P , 316 

Pierce, Jonath,an S- 

Pierce, Noble Scott, 208, 340 

Piene, Rebecca Gayle, 164, 320 

Pierce, Richard Lee 

Pierce, William Gail, 208, 332 

Pilch, Joseph J , 36'2, 364 

Pinion, Gary Eugene, 185 

Pittard, Alice Yvonne, 132, 287, ,301 

Pitts. Kathennc A . 153. 164, 315 

Pitzer. Nancy Luplnn, 164, 329 

Pixley, Lynda Glyden, 208 

Pixlim, Heidi Elizjiboth, 261 

Plantz, Jame« George 

Plaseied. Aghdas 



Plasmati. Kathleen L,, 208, 324 

Plichta, Mary Ann, 185, 255, 324 

Plott. Billie M.. 208 

Poarch. Dana Elizabeth, 185, 253, 317 

Poland, Mark Wayne, 208 

Pollard, Joseph L., 164 

Pollard, Mary Kathryn 

Pollard, Melissa Dean, 164, 313 

Pollard. Robert David. 164. 281 

Pollock. Elizabeth Anne. 132. 302 

Pollock, Frances Ewell, 150, 164, 320 

Pollok, William Reid. 132. 351 

Follow, Charles Ernest, 185, 343 

Polubinski, Edmund 

Pond, Gertrude E.. 132 

Pond, Judith Ann, 56, 132. 303, 320 

Poole, Michael Earle, 164 

Pope, Janet Ashe 

Pope, Robert M., 185 

Porter, Barry Thomas, 105, 337 

Porter, Betsy Ann 

Porter, Richard Bryan 

Porter, Susan Bartlett, 132, 291, 313 

Post. David Bruce. 208. 300 

Poston. Linda Elizabeth. 132, 287, 295 

Potter, Richard Bowe, 164. 232. 277. 280. 

335 
Powell. Berkley Randolph. 185. 343 
Powell. Clarence L,. 208. 270. 344 
Powell. Clemans A . Jr. 
Powell, Raybum Ross, '230, 342 
Powell, Richard G,, 
Powell, Roger A,, 208, 261 
Powell, Teresa Allyn, 133 
Powell, William M , 208, 338 
Power, Patrick Donald W. 
Power, Thomas Michael, 133. 208 
Powers. Roger Wayne. 209. 270, 340 
Powers, Thomas J., Jr., 301 
Powers, William M., 185, 301 
Prasse, Frederick Carl, 185, 340 
Prather, Leslie Ann 
Pratt, Margaret Dale 
Prescott, Georgia Ann, 164, 319 
Preston, Margaret M., 164, 320 
Preston, Merle Page, 63, 209, 321 
Pretty, Mary Beth, 133, 329 
Prewitt, Thomas C. 
Price, C.vnthia Custer, 133, 315 
Price, Douglas Bailey 
Price, Jeanne Glenit, 164, 313 
Price, Mary Ruth, 164, 271, 315 
Price, Sandra Taylor, 133, 246, 289 
Price, William E., 185, 287 
Price, William Henke, 133, ,347 
Price, William Pierce, 164 
Prickitt, Raymond Mason, 164, 345 
Priebe, Nancy Jean, 133, 244, 295, 329 
Pritchard, Lucinda Lee, 185, 317 
Proctor, Bemice Eileen, 209 
Proctor, Gayle Ransome, 164, 324 
Profltko, Robert James 
Proud. Virginia Kent 
Proudfuot, Martin I^wis. 209 
Province, Rita Kay, 133, 322 
Pschirrer. Martin E. 
Pugh, Ellen Ann, 133, 224, ,326 
Pugh. Gerald Foster, 133. 347 
Pugh, Peter John, 209, '296, 344, 387 
Puhn. Henry Michael, 133 
Pulley. Judith Ann, 164 
Pulley, Riigan B., Jr., 184, 341 
Pulliam, Donald Morris, 209, 255, 306 
Pulliam, Kay Mahan, 164 
Pulling, Ronald W., Jr , 185, 337 
Pully, Ashton H , Jr 
Pumphrey, Robert Mackey 
Purdey, Ixjuis Arvid 
Pursifull. Sharon Anne. 133. 320 
Purtill. -James Willi.im 
Puryear, Stephen B.. 185 



Q 



Qualntance, John Wesson. 165. 353 
QualtrouKh. Siirah 
Quilien. Sharon Margar>'. 165, 329 
Quitko. Kay Klose 

R 

Rackley, Karen Joyce 

Radcr. Judith Ann, 185, 233, '270, 324 

Raehal, Victoria T. 

Raflo, Josephine Ruth, 185, 270, 3'29 



Ragsdale. Stanley O , 133, 253, 296. 351 

Raiken. LawTence Scott. 209. 261 

Rairigh, Beverly Ann. 209 

Ralston. W'ayne Alan, 185 

Rama, James Michael, 379, 380 

Ramos, Ernest David, 133, 279. 289. 305. 

343 
Ramsey. Bonnie Gaye 
Ramsey. Claude Allen. 209. 336. 392, 394 
Ramsey. Elizabeth C, 165, 224, 318, 360 
Ramsey. Elizabeth Lee. 209. 261 
Randall. Diane K 
Randall. .Mary Margaret. 133. 324 
Randolph. John H., 387 
Ranes, Dorothy Athalea, 185 
Ranhofer, John Francis 
Rankin, Ann Kathie, 185, 233, 254, 313 
Rankin, Katherine V., 185, 275 
Raper, Aubrey L , 165, 289, 339 
Ratnow. Steven Marc 
Rau, Diane Mane. 134. 284. 326 
Rawl. Edgar H . III. 277. 343 
Rawlings. Leigh Helen, 209 
Rawls, Brenda Elizabeth 
Ray, Roberta Fletcher 
Rayne, Patricia Inez, 165 
Read, Frances Elizabeth, 259, 329 
Read. Victoria Anne. 134. 242. 326 
Reavely. Thomas Stevens. 134. 353 
Redmond. Linda Lee. 209. 296. 324 
Reed. Emery Arnold J . 134 
Reed. John Chilton. 219, 298 
Reed, Myer Stratton, 165, 283 

Reed. Robert MacLinden 
Reeder. Michael Charles, 1,34 
Reeder, Sharon Rosalie, 165, 2'24 

Rees, Thomas Sinclair, 209 

Reese, Linda Jean, 185, 318 

Reeve, Andrew Rickards, 134 

Reeve, Miriam Leigh, 134 

Register, Susan E , 185, 233, 324 

Register, William Ryder 

Rehberg, Stephen D., '209 

Reich, Charles A., 209 

Reichle. Donald Jean, 294 

Reid, Duncan Phillip, 184, 340, 396 

Reinhardt, William Dell, 185 

Rcisser, Richard. 396. 397 

Relyea. Glenn C . 244, 294 

Rcmine, Nancy Ann, 185, 255, 313 

Remita, Diane Laree, 185 

Remler, Helga 

Renalds, ('atherine A. 

Renfroe, Catherine McWhite 

Repka, Ronnee Rae, 165, '242 

Repp, Richard Allen, 245, 294 

Resler, William Michael. 185 

Reveley, Hughes K , Jr.. 219. 244 

Revolinsky, Pamela Anne, 209, 250 

Rex, Judith Nana. 134. 304 

Rexrode. Molly C. 209 

Re.vnolds. GeolTrey Thayer 

Reynolds. Nicholas Stuart 

Reynolds. Ruth Ann. 165 

Reynolds. Susan E. 

Reynolds. Susan Levine. 219, 243, 294, 298, 
303 

Rhea, Helen Wallis 

Rhem, James Louis, 165 

Rhodes, Diane Beets 

Rhodes, Kathleen, 287 

Rhodes, William R , Jr 

Rhody, Clarence Dean 

Rials, Lloyd Douglas, 245 

Rice, Rebetxa Hes-s. 1,34, 326 

Rich, William Guy 

Richard, Harr>- Wayne, 209, 334 

Richards, Brian Gerard 

Richardson, Barbara Ann, 185, 329 

Richardson, Beatrice A., 185, 326 

Richardson, Carol Lynne, 1.34, 240, 242, 
246, 289, 297, 313 

Richardson, Dana T., 209. 279, .■)S4 

Richardson, Horace D. 

Richardson, Michael D. 

Richardson, Robert F , Jr , 185, 261 

Richels, Richard Gayle, 134, 23'2. 331, 343, 
347 

Richey, Charles Richard 

Richman, Warren G 

Rickelts, Don Ux.n, 245, 294 

Rickells, Marcia K , 257 

Rickelts, Robert Calvin, 185, .396 

Rideout, Frances Nelson 

Ridout, Robert Reuacr. 134, 343 



427 



Riesser. Robert Richard. 350 

Riley. Anne K. 

Riley. Diane Elaine. 134. 317 

Riley. Edward Miles 

Riley, Michael William 

Rimes. John J.. Jr. 

Rinaldi, Gunnel E. 

Rinaldo. Ronald Gilbert 

Rmgler, Leonard Edward 

Riordan. .Margaret R . 165. 250. 315 

Ripley. Eliziihelh .■^nn. 135 

Ripy. Bruce John.son. ItiS. 351 

KiUh, Stephen Wittmer. 348 

Ritchie. Edward J , Jr . 16!J. 343 

Ritchie. John Arthur 

Ritchie. Paul J . 134. 277 

Rives. Mary Shannon. 165 

Riza). Robert Daniel. 165. 340 

Roach. .Arthur Hudgms 

Roakcs. Samuel E . Jr . 166 

Robbins. Christopher J, 

Roberson. Jiune.s M,. Jr. 

Roberson. Maijorie M. 

Roberts. Anne Carol. 56. 135. 315 

Robert-s. Austin L.. II. 166. 282 

Roberts. Barrie Lynn. 135. 289 

Robert-f. Donald Luther. 135. 232. 285. 347. 

355 
Roberts. Donald Ray. 166. 253. 259. 351 
Roberts. Edward G . 283 
Roberts. Josephine A . 185. 307 
Roberts. L;iurel V.. 135, 240, 290. 302 
Roberts. Morris W. 
Roberts. Pamela Jean. 166. 286, 317 
Roberts. Theodore W . 348 
Roberts. William Joseph. 185 
Roberts. Morris H . Jr 
Robertson. Donald Budd. 135. 335 
Robertson. Gerald D.. 245. '294. 298 
Robertson. Glenn .■X . 211. 224. 346 
Robinett. William L.. 211. 397 
Robinette. Kim Vicky 
Robinette. Turner L. 
Robins. Bernard E,. 135 
Robinson. Jane -Arpen. 211. 291 
Robinson. Kenneth J.. 211 
Robison. James Phillip. 185. 338' 
Rockwell. -Jefirey Louis. 211 
RodclTer. Mark H . Jr 
Rodenbaugh. Carol Ann. 185. 329 
Roettinger. Robin Ruth. 211 
Rogers. Frances K.. 166 
Rogers. Janet Evelyn. 211 
Rogers. Thomas David. 211 
Bogge. Marise Lynne 
Rogowski. Elizabeth. 166. 304 
Rohr. David Malcolm. 166 
Rohrbach. Philip S.. 185. 347 
Roller. Carol Elizabeth. 135 
Romano. Frank Richard 
Romano. Paula Josephine 
Ronick. David Lewis. 185 
Rosbotham. Lyie. 211 
Roselli. Grace Rase. 185. 329 
Ross. Cecilia Elaine. 330 
Rosser. Robin Wallace. 211 
Rossing. Boyd Edward. 166, 277. 343 
Roth. Frederick Paul. 135. 343 
Rouse. Susan Elaine 
Rousso. John CosUl. 279. 370 
Routh. Thomas Edwin. 185. 279 
Row. Stephen Edward. 136, 253. 347 
Rowan. George Edward. 185. 238 
Rowan. Man.- Linda. 211 
Rowe. Stephen French 
Rowe. Steven Anthony. 331 
Rowcll. Thomasine E . 136 
Rowland. John Kenneth 
Rowletl. William H,. 186 
Roxbrough. Lee Kemp. 211 
Roy. James Arthur 
Royall. Mildred Pitts. 166. 303 
Royall. William E.. 136. 241 
Rubano. Gregory Lynn. 211 
Rubin. Kenneth Steven. 136. 289. 300 
Rucker. Jane Thompson. 186. 291. 322 
Rucker. Linda Dell. 211. 327 
Ruddel. Mark Eric. 186 
Rumbold. Henry John. 286 
Rumburg. Kenneth Neil 
Runyon. James Douglas. 166. 296. 351. 391 
Russell. Cheryl Ann. 186, 313 
Rus-sell. Patricia Craig. 211. 316. 330 
Russell. Patricia L. 
Russell. Robin Louis. 136. 242 



Russell. Stephen Biddle 

Russo. John, 392 

Rutledge, David White, 90, 136, 227, 228, 

230. 259. 301 
Rutledge. Hugh M 
Rutler. Pricilla Anne. 136. 304 
Ryan. Giles Siindford, 166 
Ryan. John Godfrey. II. 166 
Ryder. John Henry 



Saari. Barbara Mane. 211, 314 

Sabourin. John James. 298 

Sadler. Johnie Mitchell. 211 

SafTold. Gordon E . 136. 256. 343 

Sager. Gary Lee. 166 

Salada, Reuben 

Sale. Jo Carol. 136, 224, 261. 360, 376 

Sale, Mary Quinn. 186. 291 

Saleh. Jahongier. 136. 343 

Sales. William W . Jr . 186. 297. 347 

Salisbury, Daniel E. 

Sjilley. Mary Carrington. 166. 315 

Salmon. Richard .John. 186. 344 

Salter. Robert Morris. 186 

Salvione. Henry F. 

Samford. Charles C. Jr.. 186. 279. 281 

Sammons. Macon C. Jr.. 136 

Sampselle. Anna .-Mice. 166 

Sampson. Gregory Berke 

Sampson. Sharon Leigh. 136 

Samson. James Gaither. 238. 256 

Samuel. John Boyd. 136. 184 

Samuels. Richard .Mien. 352 

Sanders. Donald Powell. 136. 343 

Sanders. Kenneth Robert. 21 1 

Siinders. Mary Ruth. 166 

Sando. Frank .Joseph. 294 

Sandquist. Charlotte W . 211, 261, 307, 319 

Santilli. Gail Coursey, 136. 306 

Santore. Charles J., 137, 287 

Sapp. William Wade. Jr. 

Sassaman. Clay Alan. 186. 238. 297 

Sasser. Bruce Kent. 211. .346 

Sater. Marsha Jean. 137. 300. 326 

Satterfield. Margaret O. 

Sauer. Beverly Ann. 211. 321 

Saulnier, Margaret L.. 137. 242, 271. 305, 

315 
Saulton. .James W.. Jr.. 186. 341 
Saunders. Carol Anne. 186. 301. 320 
Saunders, Donna Elaine. 186 
Saunders. Gamette 
Saunders. Harry David. 219 
Saunders. James Easley. 137. 333 
Saunders. James L 
Savage. Charles M.. 211 
Savage. Janice P.. 186. 324 
Savage. Lowell C. Jr.. 186. 355 
Savage. Michael Henry. 211. 302. 397 
Savage. Nordale Earl. 211 
Savage. Thomas Moore 
Savedge. James Nicholas. 245. 294 
Sawick. Kerrv- Ann. 90. 93. 137. 224. 233, 

237. 242. 249. 255. 305 
Sawyer. Carol .Alexis. 296. 314 
Sawyer. Melvin E- 
Sawyer. Rae Worley 
Sawyer. William Frank 
Scantlcbury. .Mice F.. 211. 328 
Scearce. Donald Edward. 219 
Schafer. Carol. 291 
SchaelTer. David H 
Schafer. Donald Willis. 166. 351 
Schaule. Bruce William. 302 
Scheele. Richard A.. 344 
Scheid. Richard Arthur. 137. 355 
Schick. Malcolm. 351 
Schiess. James R 
Schilling. Benferd Lee 
Schilling. Kathleen L. 211 
Schindel. Nicholas B. 
Schleif. Peter Robert. 166. 343. 374 
Schlenz. Marta Jane. 211 
Schlosser. Elliot M- 
Schmidt. Christina M.. 211 
Schmidt, Elizabeth Anne. 186 
Schmidt, Kenneth Jette 
Schmitz. Mary Christine. 166. 255. 305. 322. 

.330 
Schmoe, Suwannee A.. 166 
Schmoyer. .lohn David. 186 
Schnebli. Geri Marie. 137. 242, 235, 305, 

313 



Schneider, Marcia Lynn. 211 

Schoales. Gary P. 

Schofer. Carol Anne. 137 

Scholz, Kathryn Louise, 167, 320 

Schreiber. Donald Carl 

Schreiber. Toril 

Schroeder. LyIe C. 

Schryer. David R. 

Schueler. Linda Lee. 167. 267 

Schumaker. Catherine S.. 211, 286 

Schuman, Stephen Eric, 167, 261 

Schutte, Kraig West, 186, ,347 

Schutz, Henry A., Ill, 167, 349 

Schwartz, Barbara Ann, 137, 317 

Schwartz, Richard M. 

Schwartzman, Charles J. 

Schwenk, Susan Jane, 211 

Scott, Bctte Suzanne, 137, 242, 295. 324 

Scott. Carolyn E.. 167. 329 

Scott. Cheryl Lynn. 186. 233. 238. 319 

Scott. Cornelia Michael. 56, 186, 224, 233. 

253. 318 

Scotl. Dorothy Carroll. 137. 240. 306 

Scott. Linda Ruth. 186. 233. 320. 360 

Scott. Paul Alvin. 137. 306 

Scott. Robert Edwin. 91. 244 

Scott. William Lloyd 

Scrogham. Nancy K . 212. 261 

Scruggs. Susan Wray. 137. 242. 291 

Scudder. Donald Erik 

Seabright. Alice Lupton. 167 

Seagle. Samuel Giles. 186. 350 

Seale, Nancy Diane, 137, 317 

Seaman, Frank James. 186 

Seaman. Wendy O. 

Seaver. Elizabeth Ross. 137. 242. 259 

Seay. W'illiam Wayne. 212. 344 

Sebetich. Michael John 

Sedam. Glenn J . Jr.. 245 

Sedlacek. Jarold Joseph. 138. 296. 339 

See. Katherine Keeling 

See. Thomas French. 138. 276. 333 

Seek. Gary Lynn. 212. 350 

Seibert. William G.. Jr.. 91. 138. 227. 235. 

246. 249. 258. 285. 303, 355 
Seiden. William Edward 
Seitz. Eleanor. 219 
Selby. Robert Vance. 212 
Self. Frances Ann. 138 
Selfe. Robert W,. 212 
Sellers. Pamela Louise. 212. 312 
Semones, William W.. 186. 353 
Seward. Robert Franklin 
Seward. Virginia Rives 138. 246. 315 
Seyglinski. Brenda A,. 186 
Seymour. Sharon B.. 212 
Sgalitzer. Norma Eva 
Shackelford. David Lee. 167. 341 
Shafer, Susan Virginia, 138. 252. 295. 322 
Shaia. Mary Ann. 138. 253. 329 
Shane. Joel Harvey 
Shannon. William Taylor. 245. 294 
Shapiro. Robert .\llan 
Sharp. Barbara Menzel 
Sharpe. Patricia O'Donovan 
Shaw. H K.. 212. 261 
Shaw. Martha Irwin. 138. 246. 250. 286. 

313. 330 
Shaw. Stephen Ragsdale 
Shaw- Van. Martha-Jane. 212 
Shay. John Robert. Jr.. 138. 277, 296, 333, 

362 
Shea, Nancy Ruth, 186 
Shea, Norbert ,John, 138. 277. 335. 362 
Shearin. John D.. Ill 
Shebalin. John V.. 212. 342 
Sheehy. Coleman M.. Jr.. 167. 282 
Shelburne. Walter Avery. 138 
Shelton, .Jan 

Shelton. Martin R.. 219, 294 
Shepherd, Carolyn Ann, 212 
Sherman, Christopher B, 167, 232, 236, 

254, 353 
Sherman, Hanni Fey 
Sherman, Jackson Ir\'ing 
Sherwood, Robert W . 378. .379. 381 
Shewmaker. Carol Fern. 167. 320 
Shick. John Malcolm. Jr.. 167 
Shickel. Linda Sue. 167. 252 
Shields. G Megan. 186. 2.38. 252. 318 
Shields. Janet Lyiin. 186. 238. 322 
Shields. Thomas John. 167. 353 
Shiels. Thomas A 

Shimler. Diana Lee. 186. 313 

Shipp. Marjorie Susan. 212. 270. 295. 328 



Shirley. Kathleen, 212, 256, 275, 312 

Sholder, Patricia Helen 

Shorten, Brian Stephen. 138. 333 

Shorter. Ellen. 138. 235. 244. 295. 313 

Shorter. Mary Ella. 186. 252. 287. 322 

Shrader. GreUhen Blake. 186 

Shrader. Steven Wyck. 212, 338 

Shreeves. Charles E . 138. 293 

Shriver. Mark O.. 212 

Shryer. Mary Helen. 186. 317. 330 

Shuler. Wni- Beeuwkes 

Shuntich. Louis Steven 

Shy. JefTery Russell. 212. 224. 283 

Sica. Alan Meyer 

Sickles. Barbara Joan, 167, 318 

Sickles. Linda, 376 

Siders, David Leon 

Siegfried. Robert B 

Siehl. Gregory Lloyd 

Sigafoes. William H., 138, 339 

Sikes. Mary M. 

Sikora. Barbara Anne. 139 

Sikorski. Richarxi E . 139. 296. 333. 362 

Sills. Richard Edward. 167. 333 

Silver. David Freeman, 344 

Silverman, Jeffrey S.. 212 

Simmons, Oma Gail, 212, 304 

Simmons, Patricia Ann 

Simms, William C. 

Simonsim. Martha Susan. 167 

Simpkins, Fred Crawford, 167, 256, 353 

Simpson, James E., Jr., 186, 261 

Simpson. Michael Gary, 212, 279, 346 

Simpson. Robert Lee. 244, 298 

Sims. Anne Rainey. 186. 270. 315 

Sims. John Dorman 

Singer. Alan Stewart 

Singleton. Linda Sue. 212 

Singleton. William A.. 168. 355 

Sissler. Jo.seph Emile. 387 

Sivertsen. Karen Jill. 212. 314 

Sizemore. Richard Wm . 186. 230. 243. 275 

Sizemore. William H.. 212 

Skeen. Sandra Lou. 168. 243. 322 

Skillman. Sharyn Hope. 168. 328 

Slauson. Patsy Virginia. 168 

Slepokura. John M . 332. 370 

Slight. Fredric Wendell. 1.39. 232. 335 

Slipow. Lany Benjamin. 186, 341 

Sloan. David Neal. 212. 338 

Slocum. Robert Richard 

Slotnick. Stephen Lee. 139. 349. 362 

Slusser. Mary Catherine, 212, 301, 323 

Small. John Allen. 212 

Small. Susan Holmes. 168. 229, 303. 324 

Smallwood, .Ann Nuckols. 139 

Smallwood. Fred Erick B . 139 

Smeds. Russell Clarence. 168. 224. 296 

Smith. Albert Colbey 

Smith. Alphonsa 

Smith. Andrew Thomas. 336 

Smith. Anne Elizabeth. 139 

Smith. .Avery .Anne. 186 

Smith. Barbara .Ann, 168. 316 

Smith. Barbara Drucker 

Smith. Betty A.. 213 

Smith. Carol Lee. 139. 271. 317 

Smith. Conway W.. Ill 

Smith. Cynthia Sue. 168. 322 

Smith. Dianne Jean 

Smith. Donna Windsor. 168 

Smith. Dora Jean. 168. 243. 305. 318. 360 

Smith. Eddie Andrew. 212. 338 

Smith. Enc James. 186. 372. 387 

Smith. Frank E . 139. 232. 335 

Smith. George William 212 

Smith. Harlan French. 212 

Smith. Howard Phillip. 236 

Smith. James Michael 

Smith. Jane Barrett. 186. 240 

Smith. Janet Eliz;ibeth. 186. 306 

Smith. Jeffrey Barrett. 344 

Smith. .Jo.seph P . Ill 

Smith. Katherine S.. 187. 315 

Smith. Kenneth E.. Jr. 

Smilh. Kenneth Lee. 139. 232. 253. 339 

Smith. Langhome Holmes 

Smith. Larry David. 212. 334 

Smith. L;irry Eugene. 212. 310 

Smith. Leslie Hollister. 212, 286, 314 

Smith, Norman G., Jr , 168, 341 

Smith. Patricia Jane, 212 

Smith, Rebecca Anne. 187 

Smith. Richard M.. 1.39. 351 

Smith. Rita Mae. 187. 292. 306 



428 



Smith, Robert E 

Smith. Ronald Brice, 212. 346 

Smith, Sandra Lee. 139. 295. 324 

Smith. Sandra Lynne. 140. 295, 320 

Smith. Sharon Lee. 212. 319 

Smith, Stephen Keese. 168. 341 

Smith. Virginia E.. 212, 224, 319 

Smith. Walter A., Ill, 91, 219. 244. 294 

Smith. William M., II, 140, 277 

Smith, William S. 

Smock, Barbara Louise 

Smyth, Larry Douglas, 140. 282, 347 

Smythers, Carol Jane, 212, 291 

Snapp, Sandra Mae, 212, 324 

Snead, Charles Gillett, 140 

Snead. Edward P. 

Snead, William B , 212 

Snedegar, Suzanne. 140 

Snow. Walter L 

Snow, William Riley. 213, 283 

Snyder, Bruce Conrad, 338 

Snyder, Dorothy Hunt, 187 

Snyder, Linda Lee 

Snyder, Stephen Michael. 140. 277. 351 

Socha, Geraldine T., 140 

Sody, Deborah Rebecca 

Sollien, Richard L., 213 

Somers. William Alan. 140. 300 

Sorrell. Linda. 140. 318 

Soter. Robert Wilson. 168, 337 

Sothoron. Margaret B., 168. 324 

Sottili, David Mark. 187, 349, 362 

Sours, John D. 

Southall, Joan E,. 168. 322 

Southerland, Hugh Barry, 168, 339 

Southwell, Paula M , 187. 320 

Southworth, Patricia A., 213, 376 

Spady. Denard Charles, 169 

Spain, Thomas Linwood, 140, 345 

Spalding. James H-, III 

Sparks, Philip Lee. 396 

Sparrow, Orelia Elizabeth 

Spaulding, David Lee. Jr.. 169, 351 

Speakman, Marjorie W., 213 

Spears, Carol Irene, 141, 246, 286 

Spears, Nancy Jean, 141. 240 

Spell, LawTsnce Stroud, 141, 267, 351 

Spence. Charles B. 

Spence, Jane Marie, 169, 282 

Spencer, Billie Jane, 360 

Spencer, Wayne Ross, 245, 298 

Spendiff, David Neil 

Spengeman, Donald F , 169. 347 

Spicher, Gayle Adele, 187 

Spigel, LawTence Mark 

Spiggle, Susan, 141 

Spim, Stuart Douglas, 294 

Spivey, Lud Lorenzo, 169 

Spratley. Claude V . in, 294 

Sprouse, Susan Dailey, 213 

Spurling, .Jacqueline M.. 187 

Spurling, Norman Kent, 187 

Spurling. Richard D. 169. 296, 351. 390. 

391 
St .John, Sandra Bridget, 214, 324, 391 
Stafford. Mary Louise 
Stage, Gary Lee, 213, 348 
Slagg, Beatrice J , 213 
Staggs. Clara Dian 
Stahl, Stephanie D , 213 
Staik, Howard H , lU, 169, 279, 345 
Stall, Anne Maria. 213 
Stamps, David B.. 187, 347 
Stancil, .Jo Lynne. 141. 244. 253. 295. 329 
Slange, Patrick William, 141, 372, 387 
SUnley, Bruce M , 187, 297, 302 
Stanners, Robert .M , 213 
Stanton, Diane Georgia, 213, 261 
Stanton, Robert Emmet 
Stark, Richard Alan, 187. 355 
Starr, Leonard E. 
Stathes, Lewis C. 213. 297 
StaufTer. Thomas B. 
Stebhin.s. Martha M . 213 
StelTan. .Judith A . 56. 187. 313 
Steper. .)ohn Thomas 
Sleib. Bartholomew J.. 141. 277. 288, 341 
Steiger, Sharon Suzanne 
SteinholT, .Jeffrey C. 141. 353 
Steinmetz, George Grady 
Stelle, Walter William 
Stellutc, .Joseph Julius 
Stemple, Sjindra Rhea. 187, 307. 324 
Stephens. Raymond E. 
Stephenson, Troy. 282 



Stephenson. William J.. 91. 141. 223, 331, 

335 
Stepp, Ellen E., 187 
Sterling. Malcolm P. 
Stevens, James Henr>% 213, 338 
Stevens, Kent McNeil, 169, 289, 339 
Stewart, David .Alan, 244 
Stewart. Frances L.. 270 
Stewart, James Kent 
Stewart, Ronald Lee, 187, 355 
Stickel, Linda May, 141. 246 
Stiebel, Michael S., 213, 397 
Stiles, William Alfred, Jr., 213, 334 
Stites, Mary Blake, 187, 238, 286 
Stith, Donn Lyrm, 214, 301 
Stith, Hora Lester, 169, 285. 326 
Stocker, Linda Pearre. 187. 315 
Stoeppelwerth. Douglas 
Stohner, George .Alan. 141. 277. 335 
Stone. Marshall Da\id 141. 387. 388 
Stone, Robert G., 187, 341, 387 
Stoner, William Patrick, 169, 224, 247 
Stout. David Lyter, 187, 335, 379 
Stout, James Wesley, 141. 232. 277. 296. 

331, 339 
Stout, Joseph Tobias. 141. 345 
Stout. Teddy Alvin. 187 
Stout. William Lee, 214 
Stowe, Barbara Adair, 141 
Stowe. Walter Berry, 342 
Strachan, William James, 214, 334 
Strange, Allison Gordon, 142, 317 
Stratton, Judith Mae, 56, 142, 320, 330 
Streagle. Suzanne Fay. 214 
Streetman. Larry Eugene. 169, 230, 260 
Strickland, June Rose. 142 
Stroop. .Joyce Ann. 187. 323 
Stroube, Robert Bruce. 142 
Strunce. David G., 214. 354. 372. 373. 387 
Stuart. John Michael 
Stump. Jacquel.vn 

Stumpf Walter L.. Jr., 187, 238, 241 
Sturges, Elizabeth M., 142, 260, 318 
Sturm, Paul 

Suber, William Orville. 214 
Sullivan. George Michael 
Sullivan. Linda E.E. 
Sullivan. Mary Jane. 142. 376 
Sullivan, Paul Vincent, 214 
Sullivan. Roll Albert. 142. 339 
Sundin. Linda Elliott. 169, 324 
Sundin. Nancy .Johann. 142. 324 
Supplee. James Brinton. 187. 349 
Surber, Carl Leonard 
Sutclan. David Kegebein, 245 
Sutton. Christopher. 294 
Swaim. Chen,l Luise, 214, 314 
Swan. Scott Hugh, 245. 294 
Swanson, Harr>- Kent, II, 142, 341 
Swanson, Janice Louise, 142, 318 
Swanson, Margaret V., 214. 327 
Swartz. Richard Carlyle 
Swearingen. Susan L.. 187. 233. 320 
Swearingen. Ted. 370 
Sweeley. Paula Denay. 142 
Sweeney. Rebecca Jane 169. 313 
Sweet. Becky Lee. 142. 250. 2a5. 286 
Sweezy. Patricia Ann. 188, 307 
Swift, Calvin Thomas 
Swigart, James Armon 
Sydnor, Anne Gardner, 142, 188, 322 
Sydnor, Mary Anne, 302 
Sykes, Sam Jones, 169 
Sylvester. Bruce F.. 256. 258 



Taback. Max Stephan 

Tabor. Barron F. 

Tadsen. Gcnene C. 188 

Talley. Anne Christine. 169. 318 

Tamea, Conrad D.. Jr , 387 

Tapman, Sarah. 301 

Tarpley, Elizabeth Ann, 56. 214. 324 

Tarpley. Marilyn Sue. 169, 324 

Tatum, James Luther. 169. .347 

Taylor. Alela Lee Eggers 

Taylor. Carol Suzanne. 187. 240 

Taylor. Christine. 169. 329 

Taylor. Debra Dean. 214 

Taylor. Douglas D., 169 

Taylor, Edna Sar\'er 

Taylor. James Ru.ssell. 169. 232. 296. 343 

Taylor. JelTrey Alan. 142 



Taylor. Louise Stratton, 142, 289 

Taylor, Mark Halsey. 374 

Taylor. Su.san Watkin. 143. 317 

Taylor. Vernon Cars. 214, 292 

Taylor. Wilbur Austin, 143, 335, 379 

Teitelbaum. April H 

Terrill, Conrad Whitman. 188 

Terrill. Nancy French. 214. 224. 328 

Terr>-. Ruth Cooper. 214. 386 

Tew. Edward John. 214 

Thacker. Bruce Edward. 214 

Thacker, Linda Rhea. 188. 313 

Thacker. Susan L.. 188. 315 

ThaUher. Christine. 169. 329 

Thatcher. Nanc>' .Ann 

Theberye. Norman B. Jr. 

Thiel. Anthony Michael. 214. 270. 342 

Thiel. George Jeffrey. 188. 351. 392. 393 

Thiel. John Charles. 143 

Thomas. Donald Meade 

Thomas. Leslie Richard. 297 

Thomas. Mary Randolp 

Thomas. Mitchell Edgar 

Thomas. Orville Van, 143 

Thomas. Philip Joseph, 143. 277. 341 

Thomp.son. Charlotte Ann. 188 

Thompson. David R.. 188, 339 

Thompson, James Neal, 214 

Thompson, Joyce Jolliff, 188, 320 

Thompson, Mar>' Kieffer. 169, 224, 2,50, 322 

Thompson, Robert L., 143, 337 

Thompson. Sandra June, 143, 313 

Thompson, Thomas James, 169. 307 

Thompson, William John 

Thomson, Laurence F- 

Thomberg, William A., Jr 

Thomburv-, Carlton F 143 

Thrasher. Catherine A , 214, 314 

Thurston, Lewis B..Jr- 

Tichy, Joseph C , DI. 169 

Tiedemann, Gerald Eugene 

Tillberg, Richard Harry, 286 

Tiller, Joseph Wallace. 143. 284 

Timberlake. Joyce .Johnson. Jr. 

Tingelhofr. Linda Jo. 188 

Tinsley. Billie Carter. 188. 318. 360. 376. 

.386 
Tock. William, 296 
Todd, -John Buxton, Jr., 143, 337 
Todd, Robert W , 336 
Toepel, Monika .Marie, 285, 286 
Tomb, David Alan 
Tomb, Jane 

Tomeck, Edward Michael, 214, 344 
Tomes, Robert Edward, 219. 294 
Tomlinson. Edward L.. 214, 391 
Tomlinson, Richard R , 143, 341 
Tompkins, James Robert, 143. 232. 285. 

289.347 
Tonelson. Louis Owen. 169, 300 
Tongour, Nadia, 143. 318 
Toone. Janice Lee. 214 
Toop. Carol L>Tm 
Torrens. Rafael FA.. 188. 347 
Totman, Loma Claire. 143 
Townsend. Linda Gale. 188. 289. 326 
Tozzi. John Lee. 169. 286. 292 
Travis. Philip Arthur. 169 
Tremble. Trueman R.. Jr., 143, 246. 279. 

289 
Trent. Nancy Russell. 214. 324 
Tribelhom, Karl Peter, 144, 349, 362 
Trice, Cathrine Saulmon, 144 
Trice, C>'nthia Webb, 144 
Trice, .John A , III 
Trice, Robert Holmes, Jr , 91, 144. 227. 236. 

258, 335 
Triolo. Charles Edgar. 348. 370 
Tripson. Logan. 144, 259 
Trogdon. Linda 1., 214 
Tropf, William J . III. 144. 232. 247. 276. 

285. 289. 347 
Trotter. Bettic Mallory. 144 
TrxHip. Charles Gordon. 214 
Trout. Elizabeth S 
Troutman. Sharon Leigh. 144 
Tsimcnides. Nicholas C. 286 
Tucker. E Sulzby 
Tucker, John Allen J . 144. 341 
Tucker. Kay Uvaughan, 188. 242. 329 
Tucker. Thomas Michael. 144. 347 
Tucker. Thomas R 
Tucker. Thomas Randolph 
Tulloch. Andrea L.. 214 
Tundermann. Leonard K.. 214. 352 



Turgeon. Donna D. 
Turgeon. Kenneth Wayne 
Tumage. Martha Allan 
Turner. Christine E.. 214. 296 
Turner. Christopher. 350. 394 
Turner, Elizabeth Carol 
Turner, John Michael. 144. 241 
Turner. Patricia Louise. 214 
Turpin. Shelley S , 188. 320 
Turville, William C. 169. 345 
Tuthill. Carol Anne 
Tuthill. Janet C . 214 
Tuttle. Margaret Emily. 144 
Tw-ark. Shirley Jean 
Twiford. Helen Kay. 188. 224 
T>Ier. James Otcy, Jr. 
T>Te, Robert David, 188, 345. 391 
Tyree. Peter Burton 



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Uebelher. Lenore K. 312 

Ulmet Elaine Aldene. 188 

Unzicker. Kenneth Roy. 188. 230. 232. 283. 

396 
Upham, Thomas Leroy. 214. 279 
Upson. Margaret Jane. 188. 320 
Urquhart. Donna Ruth, 188 



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Vacca, Linda Lee. 144. 231. 326 

Vadasz, Thomas Patrick 

Vaiden. Caroline E.. 169. 253 

Vail. Barbara Sue. 169. 242. 291. 297. 305 

Vail. Elizabeth R.. 214, 328 

Vakos, Patricia Louise, 144, 320 

Valva. James Vincent. 214. 305 

Valz, Robert Kinney. 214 

Van. Hook Stephen J. 

Van Hook. Stephen J . 188. 347 

Van Horn, Frank Charles 

VanHouten, Karen Helene. 214, 286. 312 

Van.Meter. Quentin L . 169. 260 

Vann. .Martha Ann. 56. 169. 329 

Varela. Gail Enid. 169. 246. 326 

Vaughan. Benjamin Allen. 188 

Vaughan. Rebecca M.. 169. 231. 257, 322, 

360 
Vaughan, Susan Frances, 214 
Vaughn, Curtis Lynwood, 214 
Vaughn, Frederick M.. 144. 345 
Vebecher. Lenore Katherine 214 
Veigle. John Frederick, 188 
Vergara, James J . Jr.. 169. 296 
Verheyden. Marilyn Cay. 188, 322 
Verhine, Patricia Anne. 169. 326 
Vernier. David Charles. 215 
Vernon. Randolph Edward. 145. 224. 241 
Vernon. Stanley Allan. 169 
Verser. Nano- Ware. 169. 231. 255. 322 
Verzi. Thomas Keith 
Vetter. Cheryl Ann. 376. 386 
Vilbrandt. .Jo Anne. 145, 257, 322 
Vincent, James Russell, 145, 341 
Vining, Kathleen Anne, 169, 360 
Vinyard, Nicholas C . 188 
Vogel. Mary Jean. 145 
Vogel. Virginia Anne. 215. 255. 305. 319 
Volz. Douglas Charle. 169, 230, 355 
Von Elten, Marie Isabelle 
Vopatek, Patricia Anne. 145. 253. 329 
Vore, Steven Brooks, 145 
Voyer. Gerard E.W.. 294 
Vreeland. Marilta S.. 215. 319 



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Wachtmeister. Hans F. 

Wade. Elizabeth Ann. 145. 289 

Wade. Harriet Anne. 145. 252. 295 

Wade. Richard Lee. 188. .331. 345 

Wadkins. Elizabeth Lee. 145. 320 

Waesche. Barbara Butler. 188. 317 

Wagner. Ellen Louise. 215 

Wagner. Robert James. 189. 238 

Wainwright, Barbara Ann 

Waile. Burt Allan. 362. 366 

Waites. Alan. 215 

Wakefield. Michael M . 189. 279. 351 

Wakefield. Paul Allan. Jr 

Walker. Baker Martin. 215 

Walker. Douglas Donald. 219. 245. 294 

Walker. Edgar Robert. Jr.. 189. 232. 339 

Walker. Edward Fahey. 170. 396 



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Walker. George Burbank. 189 

Walker. Janis Karen, 56. 170. 329 

Walker. Lloyd Daniel. Jr.. 170 

Walker. Richard R . 189. 355 

Walker. Suzanne Tatum 

Wall. Elizabeth C. 170 

Wall, John F . Jr 

Wallace. Michael S.. 189 

Wallen. Gary Lee 

Walline. Katharine Kirk. 170, 329 

Walling. Mark William. 338 

Walsh. Edward Robert. 145. 3.39 

Waller. Gary Donald 

Walters. Ann Gw'yn, 215, 253. 312 

Walters. Barnett K. Jr . 245 

Walthall. Jo Ann. 170. 326 

Walton. Timothy Ronald. 189. 224 

Waltrip. Deborah Jeanne. 215. 321 

Wandrei. Robert Thomas. 219. 245. 294 

Warburton. John Stephen. 215. 286, 305 

Warcholik, Stephen R 

Ward. Alvin Norman. 215 

Ward. James A.. 215 

Ward. Robert C 

Warder, Stanley Allen, 146, 303 

Ware, Carol E . 215. 314 

Ware. David Warren Jr . 146. 353 

Ware. Elinor Patricia 

Ware. Frances Faulconer. 170 

Ware. Charles R.. 189 

Warren. Virginia Kyle. 189 

Warrick. Anne Fillmore. 215. 316 

Warrington. Ann Sign. 146. 257, 322. 330 

Waterman. Mar\' Regina, 170. 313 

Waters, Gretchen T.. 170. 290. 317 

Waters. Irma Lynn. 170 

W'atkins. Elsie Cox. Mrs. 

Watkins. Gail. 146. 291 

Watkins. Janet. 170. 224. 225. 231, 270. 

291. 303. 329 
Watkins. Stephen H.. 170, 337 
Watkins, Thomas Beverly, 189, 341 
Watson, Ann Elizabeth 
Watson, Da^id Pemn. 189, 355, 387. 388 
Watson. Deborah. 391 
Watson. Edwin Whitfield. 146 
W'atson. George H., ni, 170, 288 
Watson. Kim Ellen. 170. 329 
Watson. Leslie Ray. Jr . 170. 355 
Watson. Linda Carol. 146. 253. 307. 329 
Watts. Shelley Ann, 215, 290, 314 
Weatherford. Vival S., 189, 353 
Weaver. Ellen C. 
Weaver. Pamela Brown. 270 
Webb. Cathy Elizabeth. 56. 189. 317 
Webb. Jame.s Roderick. 215. 255. 292. 352 
Webb. Raymond C . 215 
Webb. Sandra Lee. 189. 253. 329 
Weber. Barbara Lynn. 189 
Weber. Scott Michael 
Webster. Gail Marie. 170. 257 
Webster. Toni Faye. 215. 316 
Wedd. George G., 215. 340 
Wedding. Teresa Lynne. 215. 316 
Weddle. William E.. 215. 342 
Weigle. Gregory' Paul. 215. 391 
Weiher. Kenneth Edward. 215. 230. 255. 

350 
Weiland. Stephen Cass. 255. 336 
Weisberg. Edward Joseph. 170. 343 
Weiss. William Joseph. 170. 345 
Wellman. Evelyn Jones. 170 
Wellons. William L.. 218. 244, 294 
Wells. Gene Boiling 
Wells. William Arthur 
Wells. William C , Jr.. 170. 353 
Welt. Selman In-in. 146. 232 
Welter. Bnan F . 215. 261 



Wendell. Patricia B 

Wender. Deborah Jean. 189. 313 

Wentland. Lola. 189 

Wenrich. Elizabeth R . 146. 257. 322 

Wergley. Albert Nash. 170. 224. 232. 331. 

.135 
Wertheimer. Clare L. 
West. Gerald M.. 215 
West. George Thomas. 189 
West Nancy. 146. 360 
Westbrook. Pumell H. 
Weslenhaver. Douglas L., 215 
We.ster. Nancy Eugenia. 215 
Westerman. Richard. 146. 343 
Wetherell. Barbara A . 215. 321. 386 
Wetmore. Robert John 
Wetta. Daniel J. 
Wetzel. Jane Mursener 
Wheat, James Bryant, 215 
Wheat. Valerie Kay. 146. 329 
Wheldon. Susan Ke-. 189 
Whibley. Roderick Frank 170. 333 
Whicker. Johnne Cherle. 91, 146. 224. 225. 

315. 330 
Whiman. David A . 336 
Whitaker. Karen Gail, 89, 238, 326, 360, 

376 
White, Allan Eugene, 170 
White, Brian Ervin, 241 
White, Craig Dennis, 215 
White. David Ritchie. 147. 276. 302 
White. Gail Evelyn. 170. 324 
White. Paul Richard. 215 
White. Ronald Wesley, 219, 255, 294 
White, Ruth Parks 
Whilehurst. Anne W.. 170. 231. 315 
Whitenack.Bruce G . 215. 279. 387 
Whiting. LawTence D . II. 171. 343 
Whitley. Sue Crutchlow 
Whitworth. Sandra E. 
Whyte. Mar>- Ann, 189, 287, 305, 360 
Wick, Robert E., Jr.. 244 
Wickley. Mark Anthony. 189, 343 
Widell, Richard Robert, 147, 351, 372 
W'ieboldt. Thomas F . 282. 374 
Wllbom. Irvin M.. Jr., 171. 261 
Wilbourne. Sara R.. 215. 328. 376 
Wilcox. Louis Kent 
Wilcox. Richard E. 
Wild. Leslie Jean. 189 
Wilkinson. Mary Ellen 
Wilkinson. Richard G.. 171. 283 
Willard. Edgar H.. in. 143 
Williams. Barbara P . 189. 318 
Williams. Benjamin A,. 147, 277. 280. 282. 

331, 335 
Williams. Carolyn E.. 215 
Williams. Charles R.. 301 
Williams. Empsy M,. 215 
Williams. Gary Sanders. 189. 379 
Williams. Gerry Thomas 
Williams. James L 
Williams. James Newton. 171 
Williams. Jeffrey E. 
Williams. Sandra Lynn 
Williams. Stephen J. 
Williams. Sue Rawls, 171, 315 
Williamson, James Reid, 189. 297 
Williamson. Joel Edward. 215. 336 
Williamson. John B- 
Williamson. Ronald J. 
Willis. Durwood H 
Wilson. Connie June. 216 
Wilson. James Thomas. 216 
Wilson. -John W', 

Wilson. Mark David. 216. 256. 334 
Wilson. Patrick Coale. 216 
Wilson. Sandra Ann. 216 
Wilson. Stephen E . 216. 336, 374, 375 



Wilson, Suzann Gail. 216. 253, 328 

Wilson. Wallace Lee. Jr. 

Winborne. Claiborne R, 

Winch. Alice Rebekah. 147 

Winchester. Sheila Ann. 171. 313 

Windham. Robert Craig. 261 

Wine. Mary Sue. 171 

Wineman. Miriam P. 

Winfree. Lane. 216. 253. 316 

Winfree. William A . 216 

Wing. Stephen S . 147. 258. 259. 292 

Wing. Stephen John. 171. 232, 343 

Wingo. Donald S . 362 

Winn. Brian Scott. 332, 370 

Winn. David Ervin. 243 

Winn. Joseph Ernest. 147. 337 

Winston. Karen Clay. 147. 324 

Winter. Mark 

Winthrop-Stgery. Rhett 

Wirt. James Carroll 

Withers, Glenne Dora. 147 

Witt. David Lynwood. 171 

Witt, Keith Trower, 189, 230 

Witty. Donald Peter 

Woerle. Ronald Anton. 219. 294 

Wohlleben. .John Alan. 189. 2.30. 238, 251 

Wojno, Stanley J , Jr. 171. 232, 285, 289, 

297. 347 
Wolf. Brian John. 147. 335 
Wolff. Ellen Gene. 147. 322 
Womble. Benjamin E.. Jr.. 147, 288, 351 
Wonnell, Donn Thomas, 171, 232. 254, 277, 

343 
Wood, Carolyn Sue. 216. 312 
Wood. Cecily Claire. 147 
Wood. Edward M . 189. 287. 343. 372. 387. 

388 
Wood. Frances Nowlan 
Wood. Robin Louise. 147 
Wood. William Henry 
Woodard. Diane E . 171, 320 
Woodford. Stephen Lee 
Woodman. Douglas P, 
Woodruff. Albert C. ID. 298 
Woodruflr. Patricia E. 171 
Woods. Deborah Alden. 171 
Woods. Mary James 
Woodson. Amita Ruth. 171. 320 
Woodward. Douglas C. 216 
Woodward. Joan. 148. 235. 246 
Woodward. Nancy Harding. 189. 238. 322 
Woody. Patricia Anne. 171. 318 
Wooleyhan. Alfred M . Jr., 171, 355 
Wooleyhan, John C 216. 282, 354 
Wooten, Alice Hall. 216. 319 
Wotten. Ann Marie. 189. 322 
Works. Robert F.. 171. 281. 292 
Worrell. Howard W . 148. 353 
Worthington. James M.. 334 
Wrather. Nell Stark. 189. 253. 290. 324 
Wren. Jeffrey Morgan. 391 
Wright, Beverly L.. 189. 324 



Wright. Christopher G . 216. 279 

Wright. Donald E . Jr . 148. 277 

Wright. Elsie L 

Wnght. George R. 

WYight. Sarah Nancy 

Wright. Thomas B.. Jr. 91. 148. 228. 261. 

351 
Wurzbacher. Mark Fredric 
Wyatt, Sanders J. 
Wynkoop. Marilyn Alice. 216. 319 
Wynkoop. Waldon W . 216 
Wyrick. Linda .Jeanne. 171. 252, 318 



Yabsley. Marilyn Ann 

Yager, Sharon Ann, 171. 243. 307, 326 

Yancey, George Donis 

Yates, Alfred Glenn. 148. 333. 362 

Yeager. Kenneth G.. Jr.. 

Yeager. Mary Vienna, 91, 93. 148, 237, 242, 

253. 329 
Yeiser. Ted Martin. 279. 350 
Yoder. John David 
Yoder. Susan Jane 
YofTy-. James S.. 171, 343 
Yoksas, Albert C , 216, 354 
Yonushonis, John M., 189, 335, 362 
Youman, Robert J., 216, 387 
Young, Charles Joseph, 148, 276. 333, 362. 

365 
Young. George Ronald 
Young. John Finley. 171. 255. 296 
Young. Marion K.. 171 
Young. Mar>- Kathryn. 14«. 240, 258, 306 
Young, Richard Lloyd. 148. 241 
Youngblood. Jane D . 171. 250 
Yowell. Man- Anne. 216. 250 
Yuhas. Linda. 148. 240 
Yurachek. Paul Anthony. 148. 277. 339 



Zachar>-. .\rthur 

"Zakarian. Gregory C . 189. 341. 399 
Zehmer. Lynn Cary 
Zeidberg. Zenna Ellen 
Zeigler. Harvey H.. Jr.. 148. 353 
Zemlan. John Paul. 189 
Zentner. Nancy Case. 189. 320 
Zepul. Patricia L.. 56. 171, 246. 286, 329 
Zeul. Carolyn Ruth. 189 
Zickefoose. Barbara. 148 
Zignego, Cynthia Ann 
Zimermann. R G.. Jr.. 189. 279 
Zimmerman. Carl M . 216. 297 
Zunmerman. Lester Jr . 216. 334, 370, 394 
Zinke, Kathleen D . 216 
Zuber. Linda Jean. 216. 323 
Zucker. Cheryl Roberts. 216. 291. 312 
Zuger. Peter .-Mbert, 189. 283. 302 
Zychowski. Thaddeus. 362. 365. 369 



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Acknowledgements— 

This book is the product of many hours of generously volunteered work by the Staff and extra 
special care by our pubhshers The Staff has undertaken this task of producing a yearbook with 
a cheerfulness and dedication that is seldom credited to our generation. Their efforts are 
largely unsung until the day that the book arrives, yet their work comprises the only permanent 
record of this year and will remain a tribute to their efforts. Throughout the year the Staff has 
been aided by numerous interested individuals Dean Lambert's unflagging interest has been 
most appreciated, as were the IBM lists used by the Business and Indexing Staffs that were 
provided by Mr Dudley M Jensen- Mr Thomas L, Williams took the formal shots for the 
finalists in the Miss William and Marv' Contest, two of the color transparencies, and spent con- 
siderable time taking fraternity and sorority pledge pictures as well as most of the organizations 
group .shots. His continuing co-operation has been much appreciated- Mr Paul Sears of Inter- 
Collegiate Press. Inc.. beautifiilly executed our cover and endsheel designs as well as doing art- 
work for the Greek pages Mr Jim Garrett kept track of our material at the plant and gen- 
erously spent time checking the status of various Paiges for us, ICP's Richmond representative. 
Mr Terr>' Gilson. is to be commended for his diligent attention to our yearbook needs and his 
personal efforts on our l)ehalf in providing the vital link l>elween the school and the plant 
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with the Editor's numerous requests for impo-ssihle pictures has been remarkable and whose 
unending willingness to carry, lift, pick up. drop off. advise, and generally offer moral support 
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have had a part in the production of the 19tJ8 Ci>/onio/ £c/io I would like to express my apprecia- 
tion not only for their hard and efficient work but also for their loyalty and the generous gift of 
their "spare time." It has been a pleasure to work with all of them. 

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